Sankt Pauls Gade is located in the heart of Copenhagen, adjacent to the 19th-century church of the same name. With an apartment here as your base, you can easily navigate the cultural and bustling city center of Copenhagen. Within walking distance, you have the opportunity to shop in the city’s stores, visit museums, and dine out at restaurants. The old buildings in the area also have their own stories to tell – for example, the columns in the Kolonnaden, located near Amalienborg, are made of wood instead of stone, due to a lack of funds during the building’s construction.
The six subsidized youth apartments at Sankt Pauls Gade are 32-33 square meters and include a private bathroom, toilet, and a kitchen with hotplates and a refrigerator. The housing complex was built in 1991 and has an adjacent open garden area.
The one-bedroom apartments at Sankt P