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This is out first project to build from the bottom up so we finally got it just as we know you want it.
In close collaboration with local design heroes Indretningsfabrikken we finished these 12 beautiful and diverse apartments in July and August 2020 with a bold and functional bright Scandinavian design.
Just a 7 minute walk from Tivoli, the town hall square and the central station this is as central as it gets in Copenhagen and still just a few steps from the perfect weekend stroll around the lush city lakes.
These huge three bedroom apartments are a great option for the bigger family or even two families traveling together. Staying here you will be able to enjoy breakfast or even home cooked dinners together.
Later most of you can cozy up to watch a Netflix movie on the 50” TV before heading off to your kingsize beds for a good nights sleep.
A tour of the place
In a residential building on Dahlerupsgade the apartments are situated on the third and fourth floor all with access to the small elevator. From the bright hallway you will use your digital code to enter the apartment through the private entrance.
In the entrance you can hang your coats, leave shoes and store luggage. The two new and spacious bathrooms are connected to the entrance and dining area. In one apartment there is only one shower but two toilets.
The open kitchen with a full set of appliances and amenities allows you to cook full meals for everybody. The big dining and lounge area has plenty of space for all to share a meal or watch a movie together on the 50” flatscreen TV connected to AppleTV with free Netflix.
There are three regular open bedrooms all with new comfortable kingsize (180x200cm) beds with a pillow selection and warm duvets.
In the livingroom the sofa unfolds to a high quality queen size (160x200cm) bed in case you need sleeping space for eight.
Just a 7 minute walk from Tivoli, the town hall square and the central station this is as central as it gets in Copenhagen and still just a few steps from the beautiful inner city lakes. Established in the 17th century as defences the five lakes are now many locals favourite breathing space.
A stroll around the different lakes will take you to the many diverse quarters of Copenhagen with lots of great stops for coffee and more.
Getting around is easy as the new Metro city circle line stops at the Town Hall square and will take you to almost all the interesting places of the city within minutes.