Be part of an exceptional retail experience

The former home to the world-famous Carlsberg Breweries in the heart of Copenhagen is more than 170 years old and as of right now it is being transformed into a new vibrant city district. The world renowned von Bartha Gallery and danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov has already moved in at the High Street and now we are searching for the next brands to join.
The tenancies constituting the southern part of Carlsberg City District are in collaboration called the High Street. The size and the location of the tenancies have the potential to become an exceptional retail experience, giving Carlsberg City District the opportunity to invite international brands to create unique universes together. In these universes, retail and art will go hand in hand, and this will put Carlsberg City District and Copenhagen on the map for futuristic store designs that are to be remembered.

20.000 people already have their everyday life in Carlsberg City District today, and many more residents and people who come to work every day, will come in the following years, like the 8 million visitors who will come to shop, eat and visit the cultural institutions like Visit Carlsberg and take a walk in the historical neighbourhood.

Dive into the different unit spaces at High Street and find more information about the development of Carlsberg City District and its target group down below.

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The area surrounding Carlsberg City District is dominated by highly educated firstmovers who weights culture, food and dining, sustainability, and design and quality significantly higher than the general population in Denmark. Learn about this and much more about Carlsberg City District and the units in High Street from downloading the brochure.

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Discover the space units in high street

Caroline Hus / Space units no. 21 and 22

The two units are situated between the open plaza Bryggernes Plads and the more secluded Carl Jacobsens Have. The building has a light-filled ground floor with high ceilings, and an open facade that leads onto the town square and J.C. Jacobsens Gade, which will be one of the main arteries through Carlsberg City District. Its sleek and modern design stands out, while simultaneously blending in, and paying homage to the surrounding historical buildings and renowned architecture, these tenancies are truly in the middle of the history.

Area: 567-740 sqm

Steenstrup Hus / Space units no. 24 and 26

At the corner of J.C. Jacobsens Gade and Pasteursvej the units are situated right at the urban pocket functioning as the von Bartha art court and an urban space for social interaction and recreation. Large windows open towards the spaces, gives great views into the interiors and window displays of the tenancies, whilst also offering a cultural backdrop to the visitors inside. Being built in the late 1800s, both the Stjerneporten and old lighthouse, Kridttårnet (The Chalk Tower), gives this space a historical and cultural touch.

Area: 532-579 sqm

Bønecke Hus / Space unit no. 27

Bønecke Hus faces the urban green place Franciska Clausens Plads, enclosed by historical Kedelhallen and Maskincentralen. The space is based on the danish Franciska Clausen’s art and design language which will be one of Carlsberg City District’s most central urban spaces. The newly restored Atlas statue is overlooking the place, which is just one of many art and cultural surprises you see, if you look up walking around in Carlsberg City District.

Area: 741 sqm

Mineralvandshuset / Space unit no. 28

The high street is located at the heart of Carlsberg City District, and together with Mineralvandsfabrikken (The Mineral Water Factory), Mineralvandshuset (The Mineral Waterhouse) will mark one of the key entrances to this district. It does so, with its distinctive architecture that perfectly blends old and new through the transformation of the historical factory. In the process of turning the old factory into luxurious retail spaces, the materials have been carefully selected to reflect the architecture will be rich in culture with a vibrant community.

Area: 633 sqm

Mineralvandsfabrikken / Space unit no. 29

Mineralvandsfabrikken (the Mineral Water Factory) were built to meet the demand of brewer J.C. Jacobsen's pioneering soda production in the early 1900s. The building was built in 1920-1927, and designed by the architect Carl Harild, who also designed several of the other listed buildings on the old brewery site. The beautiful industrial setting requires a cautious design and fitting emphasizing the characteristics of the building. The renowned architecture office Dorte Mandrup have carefully transformed the building, clearly influenced by the many rows of pillars and ceiling-high windows, creating a majestic yet light atmosphere.

Area: 3620 sqm

Restaurants and cafés / No. 31, 32 and 33

At the quieter corner of High Street you'll find a beautiful tiled square facing the historical and green J.C. Jacobsens Have. All three units will have outdoor serving in the intimate yet spacious plaza and the interiors has the perfect foundation for quests to enjoy some food and drinks in a stimulating and relaxing environment.

Area: 62-158 sqm

Retail development

When Carlsberg City District is fully developed in 2024, the area will comprise a mix of old, industrial brick biuildings and new, modern architecture to offer a unique combination of private homes and urban spaces, green parks, cultural and educational institutions, colorful shopping streets and thriving businesses. A lot of retailers and restaurateurs have already moved into the new neighbourhood - and there's many more to come.

History, heritage, identity and diversity

Carlsberg's history has always been a love affair between science and culture. From the very beginning, quality products went hand in hand with a plenty of creative energy and a generous contribution to the life in the city. This valuable spirit continues as a central tenet of the development of the new Carlsberg City District. Divided into 10 different zones each corner is a new experience to enter, and we curate the retail and dining concepts for a holistic city district to both visit and to live in.

Read the visions behind the development plan

Do you want to know more?

The area surrounding Carlsberg City District is dominated by highly educated firstmovers who weights culture, food and dining, sustainability, and design and quality significantly higher than the general population in Denmark. Learn about this and much more about Carlsberg City District and the units in High Street from downloading the brochure.

Read more
Download a free prospectus. Just fill out the form and you will receive the prospectus in your mailbox in a few minutes.
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