|Copenhagen Metro rapid transit station|
DSB regional rail station
|Location||Ørestads Boulevard 89|
2300 København S
|Opened||19 October 2002 (Metro)|
Ørestad is a junction station served by both the Copenhagen Metro and regional trains in Copenhagen, Denmark. The penultimate stop of the M1 Line, it is located in zone 3 in the west-central section of the island of Amager.
Ørestad station is one of the southernmost stations of the Copenhagen Metro system. Specifically, it lies on a viaduct paralleling the eastern edge of Ørestads Boulevard at its intersection with Arne Jacobsens Allé.
One of six Metro stations within the Ørestad redevelopment area, significant mixed-use development and construction is underway in the area immediately surrounding the station. As the transfer point between the Metro and regional trains, Ørestad station and its environs, termed the Ørestad City district, will see the most intense levels of development, with a focus a new Ørestad Downtown.
The two most significant buildings in the area are the Ferring Building and Field's, one of Scandinavia's largest department stores at 178,000 square metres (1,920,000 sq ft). Surrounding Field's is the Ørestad Downtown, which include 205,000 square metres (2,210,000 sq ft) of commercial space. Much of the Downtown was designed by Daniel Liebeskind. Ørestad station's residential transit-oriented development is scattered in the form of smaller apartment complexes, including City Husene, Parkhusene, and Sejlhuset.
The railway station opened in 2000. The Metro station opened in 2002.
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