Valby Syd

Valby Syd is a neighbourhood built on contrast. Contrast between warehouses and modern family housing. Big roads and small-scale urbanity. Global businesses and local community.

Valby Syd is developing from an industrial area into a sustainable and diverse neighbourhood with modern family housing, culture and recreation. Ageing industrial buildings have been refurbished and retailers, service industries, public institutions and creative industries are moving in.

Valby Syd is a neighbourhood built on contrasts. Contrasts between warehouses and modern family housing. Major roads and small-scale urbanity. Global businesses and local community.

Valby Syd is developing from an industrial area into a sustainable and diverse neighbourhood with modern family housing, culture and recreation. Ageing industrial buildings have been refurbished and retailers, service industries, public institutions and creative industries are moving in.

The opening of Ny Ellebjerg train station in 2007 and the expansion of the rail line towards Hamburg have created a new regional hub in Valby Syd. Gammel Køge Landevej, the main road in the area, has received a significant upgrade and can carry more heavy traffic.

The government and the City of Copenhagen have recently decided to construct and finance a new metro line through Sydhavn which will terminate at Ny Ellebjerg. The metro line will open in 2023.

Keeping the area’s identity in mind, new housing with a range of ownership types is being built, while new commercial and retail space is being added. At the same time, the community in the neighbourhood is being strengthened with particular emphasis on cultural and recreational life.

Valby Idrætspark – the biggest sporting complex in Copenhagen – is expanding. A new swimming centre has opened recently and planning is underway for further sports facilities.

The development north of the railway is well on its way, though there is room for more investment. South of the railway – at the sporting complex and the former wholesale market – development has just started.

Key figures

Area: 155 ha
Project owner: The City of Copenhagen


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Jacob Saxild, Copenhagen Capacity

Jacob Saxild

Development Manager

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Direct: 0045 33 26 87 68

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Facts

Area 155 ha
m2 homes (further) 350,000
m2 offices (further) 350,000
Market rate per m2, homes (prime rent) 201 euro
Market rate per m2, homes (secondary rent) 147 euro
Market rate per m2, offices (prime rent) 140 euro
Market rate per m2, offices (secondary rent) 94 euro
Yield, homes (prime yield) 4.75%
Yield, homes (secondary yield) 5.25%
Yield, offices (prime yield) 4.75%
Yield, offices (secondary yield) 7.25%

Distances

Copenhagen Central Station 5 km
Copenhagen Airport 12 km
Copenhagen Business School 4 km
University of Copenhagen 7.5 km
Aalborg University, Copenhagen 2.5 km
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) 21 km
Malmo University 45 km
Lund University 64 km

 

Read Sadolin & Albæk definition of market rate and yield here.
Facts provided April 1 2015 by Sadolin & Albæk.

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Jacob Saxild, Copenhagen Capacity

Jakob Saxild

Development Manager

Email: jsx@copcap.com

Direct: 0045 33 26 87 68

Mobile: 0045 28 83 94 96

Please contact our Development Manager