A. C. Meyers Vænge
At A.C. Meyers Vænge, MT Højgaard is developing the area in order to create a mix of residential and commercial properties, which will establish a link between existing residential and commercial buildings and Aalborg University, Copenhagen (AAU Cph). The result will be a new, vibrant and dynamic district.
A. C. Meyers Vænge
Residential construction, Industrial and commercial construction, Design and engineering, Sustainability
Architect: Entasis Arkitekter
In Copenhagen’s Sydhavn area, we are transforming an industrial area between Sydhavnsgade, Scandiagade, Teglholmsgade and A.C. Meyers Vænge into an attractive residential district with a campus ambiance and commercial activities.
As the owners, we are developing and building the properties in the area ourselves. The project is expected to be sold either as one lot to one investor or as multiple lots to a number of investors. We have, of course, been involved in the project from the outset and have put great emphasis on our collaboration with Enemærke & Petersen who are also part of the project.
A.C. Meyers Vænge will create the framework for a vibrant city life with housing, shops, and cafés.
In Copenhagen's Sydhavn vi are turning an indutrial area into an attractive residential area.
City life and urban space
Our vision for A. C. Meyers Vænge is to build new and modern homes; a mix of terraced and family housing and accommodation for young people and students. In selected areas, we are also building small shops, cafés and communal amenities on the ground floor of the development. This means that we will be creating a vibrant city atmosphere centred around the squares and small urban spaces close to Aalborg University, Copenhagen.
The thinking behind the project takes its starting point in the development plan ”Metropolis for People”. The aim is for Copenhagen to be the best city in the world in which to live and for it to be known as a sustainable city with urban spaces that invite people to share in a unique and diverse urban existence. One of the outcomes of this overall plan is expressed in A.C. Meyers Vænge. The plan is for the residential area to occupy approximately 23,000 m2 divided into 17,800 m2 of apartments and town houses and approximately 4,600 m2 of accommodation for young people. Some 1,200 m2 of commercial buildings will also be built in the area.