Flintholm Company House I

Flintholm Company House stands adjacent to Flintholm Station, on the border between Frederiksberg and Vanløse.

Flintholm Company House, right next to the busy Flintholm Station, houses 21,000 m² of office space plus underground parking and around 3,000 m² of cafés and stores. There is direct access to supermarkets from the platform level and to stores and cafés from Dirch Passers Allé.

The property was designed by Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter with all the well-known advantages of a Company House®, in the form of a shared canteen with production kitchen, suite of meeting rooms and reception.

Current tenants include three pension funds, DEAS, E.On and CBS. The last remaining space can be furnished for a new tenant in four months.

New urban district

The Flintholm Allé/Dirch Passers Allé area in Frederiksberg Municipality is the final phase of a successful and ambitious development plan with a good balance of housing, retail and commercial space, plus a large municipal project involving a center for culture and movement, “KU-BE”, and a swimming pool just north of the Metro line, connected by a pedestrian and cycle bridge.

All roads lead to Flintholm

When public transport is frequent and nearby, all the statistics show that it becomes the preferred mode of transport for getting to and from work. The vast majority of the people using Flintholm Company House therefore arrive by S-train, Metro or bus, and Flintholm Station offers perfect connections in all directions, with the property located practically on the platform.

It is also easily accessed by car via Ring 2/Grøndals Parkvej or via Finsensvej from the city center. There is parking attached to the property and free public parking in the local area.

The many daily commuters who use the station, and the many residents in the area, create a lively streetscape. Weekday passenger numbers exceeded 35,000 in 2012. Around 55,000 passengers are expected on weekdays once the area has been fully developed.

During the daytime, Metro trains (lines M1 and M2), and S-trains (Lines C, H and F) run so regularly that a train arrives at the station every minute. In addition, there are also 38 bus connections per hour. The reworking of the bus network over the course of 2013 will increase that to around 60 bus departures an hour.

  • 8 min. by Metro to the city center
  • 12 min. by S-train to Copenhagen Central 
  • 23 min. by direct Metro to the airport
  • Within cycling distance of the city center
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Ulrik Gram Meiner, Sales Executive, NCC Property Development. Photo/illustration: Jeppe Bøje Nielsen
Ulrik Gram Meiner

Sales Executive, NCC Property Development

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