On the border between Outer Nørrebro and Østerbro, you’ll find Krakas Plads, which became the focal point of an art project in the summer of 2020 aimed at strengthening the community in the entire area. Viewed from above, Krakas Plads is shaped like a triangle, which explains why the area’s large housing complex is called Den Grønne Trekant (The Green Triangle). 42 out of the 608 residences in Den Grønne Trekant are youth accommodations.
Here you will live in proximity to a candy factory, the Astrological Museum, and the car manufacturer Bentley. But you also reside in a vast realm of possibilities, where you can experience both the culturally diverse Nørrebro and the splendid architectural landmarks of Østerbro. Moreover, the residences are only a few hundred meters away from Tagensvej, which is one of the main roads leading to the inner Copenhagen Lakes, cafes, shops,