KHR has supported Novo Nordisk Fonden and Region Zealand as architectural consultant in connection with the establishment of Steno Diabetes Center Zealand, especially at hospitals in Køge, Nykøbing F., Holbæk, Roskilde and Slagelse as well as in psychiatry. The aim has been to ensure high architectural quality and a common thread across the centres.
KHR has advised the property investor AEW in connection with the acquisition of Copenhagen Cargo Center and has since been the project manager for the construction of an additional hall of 5000 sqm. KHR's client advisors have carried out a technical and environmental due diligence, completed a regulatory project, handled construction economy, schedules and sustainability certification.
A/B Amaliegade 26-36 is in the process of an extensive expansion and renovation of their cooperative. The building in central Copenhagen has 90 units and is planning to expand with additional apartments by extending the old dry ceilings under the roof. In addition, there will be a major renovation of the existing conditions as well as an improvement of the apartments with elements such as attics, private roof terraces, French balconies. A/B Amaliegade has an architect on the case, but has asked KHR Architecture to help as an independent advisor to first clarify the scope of the renovation and extension and then to keep the relatively complex project on track in terms of quality, finances and schedules.
KHR project management has supported the asset manager Savills Investment Management in the acquisition process of 57 Rema 1000 stores across Denmark. Savills is headquartered in London but focuses on supermarkets through its European retail fund and has acquired 43 and 14 Danish properties with Rema 1000 stores within a year. KHR Architecture has carried out technical due diligence and ESG for all properties in both phases in close cooperation with Savills. In total, properties worth approximately DKK 1.5 billion have been acquired.
Coco Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Vesterbro in Copenhagen. The renovation of the former Copenhagen Crown Hotel has resulted in 88 newly renovated rooms, a beautiful new café and a peaceful green courtyard open to hotel guests, locals and passers-by.
The old studios in TV-Byen are being developed into 155 student residences and 117 apartments totalling 12,300 m2.Prior to the decision to purchase and transform the dilapidated commercial premises into residential units, KHR reviewed the building stock for the owner group consisting of HighBrook Investors, Fontaine and DEAS Asset Management.The development of the residential units will take place through the conversion of existing buildings and the construction of new buildings. The goal is to meet residents' needs for modern homes that provide a supportive environment and recreational outdoor spaces for both community and privacy.
German real estate investor Quadoro has purchased Køge Business Park on behalf of the sustainability-focused fund, Quadoro Sustainable Real Estate Europe Private. KHR acted as advisors based on a technical review of the 9,000 m2 domicile.
Michael Denk, managing director of Quadoro Investment GmbH, said in a press release:
"Denmark is currently one of the most attractive investment locations in the world, with a strong focus on research and development and green energy. This was a key factor in the purchase of the business park, which further diversifies the Fund's portfolio."
In 2016, DSV Transport purchased a site with a visible location next to the motorway to build a new domicile. On the basis of a main project carried out by another consultant, KHR's construction consultants were hired to carry out a tendering process with contracting as well as the subsequent construction management during the construction of DSV Transport's new domicile in Roskilde.