All in all, the areas in Nordhavnen constitute about two million square metres and are owned by CPH City & Port Development. Nordhavnen includes the harbour areas north of the DFDS Terminal.
To the far northwest we find the new Fiskerihavn ( Fishing Harbour), which was built to compensate the fishermen who used to have their fishing boats in Skudehavnen. This area has developed into a quite unique and "self-grown" environment in the capital.
Right to the east of Fiskerihavnen lies the new Fisketorv ( Fish Market), drawn by Kieler Architects A/S. Fisketorvet has replaced the old fish market at the bottom of Gasværkshavnen i Sydhavnen and has been turned into a major mall.
The remaining part of the Nordhavn area has been rented out to various enterprises, e.g. transport firms, ship´s chandlers and scrap dealers.
To the west lies Kalkbrænderihavnen (Lime Kiln Harbour), which is almost fully developed. CPH City & Port Development has also taken part in developing recreational areas in Svanemøllehavnen/Svanemøllebugten (the Svanemølle Harbour/Svanemølle Bay).
At Svaneknoppen yacht clubs have moved in. The area is used as a marina and contains facilities such as club houses, winter storage yards and a parking lot. There is public access via a promenade from Strandvænget. Svanemøllehavnen is Denmark's largest marina.