The Danish Building and Property Agency has an impressive property portfolio consisting of a number of varied buildings spread across the entire country. There are both listed, cultural historical buildings and modern buildings.
The Danish Building and Property Agency's total property portfolio consists of approximately 2,8 million m2 state-owned property at a total value of more than DKK 43 billion, and roughly 1.3 million m2 private leases. The size of the portfolio is constantly changing in line with the local needs, which our customers are facing. The figures here are from September 2017.
The Danish Building and Property Agency owns 200 office buildings on behalf of the state with a total area of 900,000 m2. The 200 state-owned properties have a value of DKK 11 billion and contain 350 leases. The government properties primarily house state functions, but we also rent out premises in the government properties to private companies.
Additionally, we rent privately-owned premises for state functions corresponding to 1,200,00 m2 distributed on 500 buildings, which contain 600 leases.
So, the Danish Building and Property Agency manages a total of 800 office buildings, 950 office leases and no less than 2,150,000 m2 of office buildings.
In the university category, the Danish Building and Property Agency owns about 1,9 million m2 on behalf of the state with a value of more than DKK 31,5 billion. The square meters are distributed on approximately 900 buildings.