Coronavirus outbreak has many victims, and now is a new luxury hotel in Kuglegården at Holmen in Copenhagen, the latest in the series.
According to the Ejendomswatch confirms the director of the building society Mogens de Linde, Klaus Bendix Poulsen, that the plans are off the table.
- The hoteloperatør, we had, we do not have an agreement with more. Hotelverdenen is a little more insecure than the rest of the industry, so we think it was sensible to ensure the us, so there are no problems out there, he says
initially the plans were presented in February, but then came the coronavirus.
Therefore withdrew the Swedish hoteloperatør Nobis, and so had the building society Mogens de Linde saddle on, and the search for a new tenant is put in the time.
Kuglegården was built in 1742 and was built for the storage of naval artillery
Previously, it has been owned by the Defense and the intelligence community, but in 1997 it was sold to Mogens de Linde.
the Plan was that the 15,000-square-foot hotel will be ready in 2023.
As the Defence construction service in 1997 and sold the area Quintusbastionen, which is located on Holmen in Copenhagen, did the buyers, the billionaire Mogens de Linde and the company Michael Gaardboe Holding Aps, a very good trade.
the Price for the total of 26.500 square meters, the area covers over, was on the paltry sum of nine million dollars, has Extra Blade previously described.
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