for nearly 400 years has Damhuskroen in Copenhagen formed the setting for all sorts of festivities.
But it is not certain that the iconic inn will also do in the future. There are new owners behind the counter.
the Buyer is the Danish investment company Proximus. They have thrown tens of millions of dollars on the table to acquire Damhuskroen, informs the company in a press release.
At Proximus says the director, Jes J. Petersen, that you don't yet know what the future holds for Damhuskroen, who in 1757 and was granted a royal charter to operate the inn.
He expects, however, that you will continue in the same track.
- We are not yet settled on what should happen with the property when we are at a point on the other side of the coronakrisen. But we imagine that there will be something similar to the former, so we can write a good continuation on the Damhuskroens history, says the director.
the Story about Damhuskroen dating back to the 1600s, where it was originally used as a guardhouse by the dam of the Damhussøen.
After Christian the 4. gave the law to operate the tavern, has the inn been known for its legendary enkebal.
In 2018 was the inn put up for sale for 25 million dollars, but there is uncertainty about the final salgpris. However, there are, then, talking about tens of millions of dollars'.