In the latest issue of Estate Magazine about buildings, properties and investing focuses on families with children who are moving out of Copenhagen, and the new development areas. Migrating to the capital region is now creating an attractive market outside of Copenhagen and therefore the magazine focuses on Tredje Natur’s project Vinge Centrum and former airbase, Flyvestation Værløse southcamp.

Børnefamilier skaber vækstVinge Centrum og Station
Manhattan and Morten Korch

Vinge is highlighted af the largest of the projects. “Vinge will be spectacular because it is going to be a city that will have the altitude of a metropolis, but in the middle of nature by Roskilde Fjord. It is a mixture between Manhattan and Morten Korch a few kilometers outside Frederikssund. This area is 370 acres with the capacity for several thousand work places besides the 20.000 citizens who will be living there. In comparison the area is 10 % larger than Ørestad,” writes Estate. Tredje Natur has designed this project for Frederikssund municipality together with Henning Larsen Architects, Moe and RPA, who won the Leaf Award last year. Vinge station is expected to be finished in 2018. See the project here. (In Danish – English version coming)

Flyvestation Værløse
New types of housing
In Værløse Freja Ejendomme experiences a demand for new types of housing with a rich history. Sales director for for Freja Ejendomme, Jes Rosving says: “In sales we have not tried to invent the wheel, but built on top of the existing history. Taking its base in the former airbase and creating an independent identity to this specific area.” The new types of housing as a community is in demand. He says.” Especially the Flyvestation Værløse area we experience a demand from a group of families. For instance 25 families that want to live together with shared utilities.” The sales director highlights the masterplan as the most important tool to the new urban development. The masterplan is drawn by Tredje Natur in collaboration with Cobe from Freja Ejendomme. See the project here.

Read Estate nr 2 | 2016 here (side 18-21). (In Danish)