The estate is located in an upmarket area, surrounded by nature with a park and a large pond just outside the door. The main building at the estate is a country house built in 1756, originally with the intention to serve as a lodge for Danish royalties when hunting in the forest nearby the property.
In 1948 the property was acquired by the Foundation of Danish-Norwegian Cooperation, who still owns the property to date. The property has over the years been extended substantially with hotel and conference facilities. Recently the hotel and conference center had to close its doors because of the global corona pandemic, and the Foundation decided to adjust the scope of its future activities in the property.
Our team in Denmark took up discussions with the Foundation, and laid down a tailored plan to transform 2,500m2 of hotel and conference center facilities into a vibrant office community as well as attractive living spaces for students. One of the users of the new office community is our Monoma Denmark office.
The Foundation still occupies the historic part of the property and conducts its cultural activities at the estate side by side with the new office community and youth accommodation created by us.