This site offers the unique advantage of its central location and modernized facilities for storage, warehousing, office and meeting facilities.
This location has a historical significance, a well-maintained outdoor areas, as well as efficient logistics and parking conditions. This commercial premise boasts its own conference center, hotel and a curious climate center which feeds on data about the planet’s atmospheric state from NOAA and NASA.
A HISTORIC PROPERTY
The original site was a sugar factory founded and built by the Frederiksen brothers in 1872. In January 1877, the factory was taken over by the Danish Sugar Factory in 1880. The last sugar production took place in 1960, after which the premises was converted into a paper mill, thus giving birth to the name Højbygaard Papirfabrik.
Today, the hotel and the Climate Center is owned by a Norwegian hospitality group, while the rest of the building and lands remained in the ownership of Skibsted Ejendomme.
Further commercial development is planned for the surrounding lands, which is open for both lease and sale. Zoning plans are allows for buildings for manufacturing and warehousing purposes.
Commercial leasing of building for warehousing and storage purposes. Commercial land available for development and it open to sale or lease of facilities. Contact us for options.
- Fair pricing
- Offices from 11 to 266 m2
- Halls up to 1.489 m2
- Canteen + meeting facilities
- Approx. 80.000 m2 land for development (sale or lease)