Our history


The fund TG Partners VI P/S was established with the purpose of investing in unique properties in the best situated areas of Copenhagen. By buying properties at Linnésgade, Havnegade and Hauser Plads the fund became a reality in early 2018. The fund is capable of making further investments worth DKK 700m.


In 2017 Christian Ellegaard joined us as partner in Thylander Gruppen.

In the beginning of 2017 the fund Danske Boligejendomme was established with the purpose of investing in cities outside of metropolitan areas. The chosen cities have been assessed by Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies as areas with a growth potential both economically and populationwise.
The pension funds PFA and Industriens Pension have made a joint venture and raised DKK 1bn for the fund.
The first 18 properties have been purchased for approximately DKK 600m and are all located in Jutland (Viborg, Holstebro, Fredericia, Esbjerg, Kolding, Horsens and Vejle).


At the end of 2016 the properties in THYLANDER 1 (TG Partners I P/S) were sold. The 7 properties have a total area of 32,790 sqm. spread over 140 residential, 24 retail and 6 office leaseholds. The properties are extremely well-situated in the heart of Copenhagen and Onsgården in Hellerup.

In 2016 the three remaining properties in THYLANDER 4 (TG Partners IV P/S) were sold. The three properties have a total area of 13,719 sqm. in 107 leaseholds. The properties are very well-situated, respectively at Østerbrogade and Nordre Frihavnsgade.

In early 2016 we initiated the acquisition of a property portfolio consisting of six well-situated properties in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and a single property in Søborg. The acquisition was on behalf of two pension funds.


In 2015 we established TG Partners V P/S with a total equity commitment of DKK 219m. The fund is closed for new commitments.


In 2014 we established PFA Blue Star Properties P/S, which has purchased four properties of a total floor area of approx. 88,000 sqm.

In 2014 we established THYLANDER 4 with a total equity commitment of approx. DKK 114m. The fund has made investments worth approx. DKK 400m in five well-situated properties in Copenhagen.


In 2013 we purchased the Absalon Portfolio incorporating 13 properties in central Copenhagen. The purchase was made in partnership with PFA Pension.


In 2012 we established THYLANDER 3. The fund purchased 26 properties with a total area of approx. 110,000 sqm.


Towards the end of 2011 we established THYLANDER 2, and in 2012-2013 the fund invested in seven well-situated properties in Copenhagen, Islands Brygge and Frederiksberg.

In 2011 Thylander Gruppen took up the position as Transaction Manager for the Bouwfonds European Residential Fund in Denmark. We manage Bouwfonds' investments in newly built residential and residence hall properties in Copenhagen.


In 2008 we established the THYLANDER 1 fund with the purpose of investing in well-situated properties in Copenhagen following the financial crisis. In 2010-2011 we made investments of a total of DKK 750m distributed across 10 well-situated properties in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Hellerup.


In 2007 Lars Thylander was elected 'Årets Ejendomsprofil' (Real Estate Profile of the Year) by the magazine Erhvervsejendom.


In 2006 Lawyer Carsten Viggo Bæk joined us as managing director. Carsten Viggo Bæk has later become a partner.

Later in 2006 we purchased a portfolio of properties in Ballerup comprising more than 50,000 m2. The portfolio was resold the same year with a good profit.

In the beginning of 2006 we purchased the historic Scala buildings by Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen. The properties were purchased together with a small group of co-investors. The same year we sold the properties with a significant profit.


In 2005-2006 we conducted a strategic sell-off of Danish properties and provided assistance in connection with investments in German properties, mainly through the real estate companies ei invest Berlin and Victoria Properties.


In 2003 we provided counselling for Dades A/S on the sale of a portfolio of properties, including Hellerup Parkhotel, to Atlas Ejendomme.


In 2000 we purchased the distinctive domicile 'Vandflyverhangaren' (the Hydroplane Hangar) in the Royal Dockyard. The property was transformed into the Danish head office for a Swedish company. The project was awarded by the Copenhagen Municipality Culture Fund and the Association for the Beautification of the Capital and received 'Træprisen' (the Wood Prize) and was nominated for the internationally acclaimed Mies van der Rohe Award. The property was sold in 2005 with a good profit.

1980s and 1990s

In the 1980s and 1990s we brokered distinctive properties and real estate companies in Denmark, including a number of retail rents, office and hotel properties as well as controlling shares in the public companies Ejendomsselskabet Norden A/S and Det Københavnske Ejendomssocietet A/S.