Fabege has signed an agreement with Naturvårdsverket (the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency) on moving to Trikåfabriken in Hammarby Sjöstad, which is now being modernised and extended. The green lease contract concerns 7,700 sqm, with an annual rent of around SEK 24 million excluding supplements and runs for 6 years. The move is planned for spring 2019.
More and more companies are discovering the attractiveness of the southern parts of Stockholm. The district has good communications, extensive cycle tracks, unique environments engulfed in history and immediate surroundings in strong development. At Trikåfabriken 9, Naturvårdsverket has found premises that suits its business development and demands on a new way of working. The building will be environmentally certified, with a green lease.
- “We are extremely happy to have found a solution that suits Naturvårdsverket so well. Choosing to move to Hammarby Sjöstad is further proof of the attractiveness of the area. We see how customers appreciate the industrial history of the area and the high level of service available, which is largely due to the mixture of residential and office properties in a dense district,” says Klaus Hansen Vikström, Vice President and Director of Business Development at Fabege.
Fabege is now starting on the Trikåfabriken 9 project, with an estimated investment of around SEK 450 million. The extension will have a frame made of wood, a renewable material with low environmental impact that also binds carbon dioxide. The building is being planned to meet the requirements for environmental certification to BREEAM-SE, level ‘very good’, and will have a leasable area of over 16,000 sqm when completed. As a result of the green lease contract, the parties have agreed on a common environmental agenda for the premises, which for example, includes the selection of materials, renewable energy and sorting at source.
- “Fabege has worked intensively with sustainability for many years and Naturvårdsverket’s demands on environmentally certified premises, green lease contracts and extensive cycle parking align fully with our own values,” says Andreas Malmsäter, Director of Letting Operations and Marketing at Fabege.
Tenant & Partner have served as advisors to Naturvårdsverket during the process.
For more information about Trikåfabriken 9: www.trikafabriken9.se(In Swedish only)
Fabege AB (publ)