Lauritzen Fonden offers employees and their children the possibility of an attractive home at a stage in their lives where all they need is a one-room studio apartment.
The apartments have a gross floor area of 50 m2 – with 38 m2 for accommodation consisting of a single bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and small hallway. There is a 6 m2 balcony and the remaining is for stairs/corridors. The kitchen has built-in cupboards, a movable oven/hob and refrigerator. In some of the apartments, the kitchens are original and date from 1958, however the domestic appliances have been replaced over the years. The bathrooms are as originally designed with toilet, washbasin and shower. There are elderly but nice white tiles and composite tile flooring. The bedroom features solid varnished beech parquet flooring and a built-in cupboard.
The building was built in 1958 and consists of 30 one-bedroom apartments all including a balcony. The balconies all face west to a large lawn with high hedges. At the rear, the property has a walkway to a small garden with small tiled terraces at the entrance. The three storey yellow brick building has a flat roof with laundry room, 10 garages and bicycle storage.
The building was built as a rental property and was owned first by an engineer and then a decorator. In 1993, a third owner took over, Københavns Skipperforening (Copenhagen Skipper’s Association) with the intention of being able to let the apartments to the children of skippers. The Association sold the block to the Lauritzen Fonden in 2006.
Rent (monthly) excl. heating is DKK 3,310.86. In addition, DKK 435 per month is payable on account for heating + internet DKK 117 each month. Electricity and TV is not included in the rent. It is up to the tenants to arrange this with the supplier.
Garage rental: DKK 350 per month.
Three months notice is required for both parties.
A deposit (equivalent to three month’s rent) is payable on signature of the contract. Three months’ rent is also payable in advance.
Lauritzen Fonden is responsible for internal and external maintenance and an amount is transferred to each apartment’s maintenance account every month. The policy for maintenance is that tenants should themselves contribute to maintenance by being responsible for painting the walls and ceilings. Apartments must be handed back in the same condition as they are taken over and Lauritzen Fonden’s administrator makes individual inspections when reviewing this.
Pets are not allowed in the apartments
Lauritzen Fonden administers the waiting list and issues guidelines for lettings.
For more information on the waiting list, please contact:
T: +45 3396 8443
Property management is outsourced to an external lawyer:
LUND ELMER SANDAGER (Attorney Kjeld Jørgensen)
Contact: Lone Borup Rasmussen
Kalvebod Brygge 39-41
DK-1560 Copenhagen V
Jørgen Hansen can be contacted between 08:00 – 16:00 hrs on +45 3031 4220 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact him out of hours but only in emergencies