Frederikskaj in Copenhagen South Harbour – Residential property

Frederikskaj is a residential development of the highest quality in modern and stylistic architecture, with 152 apartments in two separate buildings, each with six stairways. The apartments are designed in order to optimize both views over Copenhagen Harbour and the afternoon sun.

The facades of the buildings are open, and large glass sections reflect the water. High quality materials have been used - doors and windows in durable wood and copper clad facades - which immediately impart warmth and lasting quality.

Over time the facades will gain a patina which will harmonise with the historic copper clad buildings in the city and the harbour.


In recent years, Copenhagen South Harbour area has matured into an attractive new housing area with many attractive new buildings with a combination of a harbour atmosphere and a dynamic international business centre, where several large international companies, including Philips, Nokia and EDS Vattenfall, have placed their Danish headquarters.

The area offers easy access from the motorway network, Copenhagen Airport, and southern Sweden via the Øresund Bridge. Copenhagen city centre is quickly accessible both by car or train.

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