Edvard Griegs Gade is located on the outer part of Østerbro, providing quick access to the joys of both the sea and the forest. After a swim at Svanemøllestranden, you can take a stroll in Ryvangens Naturpark and enjoy a walk under the tree canopies. However, the city’s more cultural opportunities also open up via Østerbrogade, which you can follow all the way to Copenhagen’s lakes in search of a livelier urban environment.
The street where the public housing is located is named after the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg – and even if you may not know him by name, you are certainly familiar with his music. For example, search for “Peer Gynt” wherever you usually stream your music.
The public housing association AAB manages the 240 units affiliated with Edvard Griegs Gade. The association offers single-room student apartments as well as family apart