Fabege has signed agreements with two new customers in Hammarby Sjöstad regarding approximately 3,000 sqm. In 2019 the Swedish Institute (SI) and Region Stockholm will be moving into the properties Trikåfabriken 9 and Luma 1, respectively.
Hammarby Sjöstad is a district that is growing and attracting employees, residents and visitors. Good communications, the character of the area and it’s environmental profile are some of the factors contributing to the area’s popularity.
– “We’re seeing a lot of interest in Hammarby Sjöstad. It’s great to see that even large organisations are view Hammarby Sjöstad as an attractive option,” says Andreas Malmsäter Letting Manager at Fabege.
At Trikåfabriken 9, which will cover about 17,000 sqm of office space and be finished during the second half of 2019, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and Hyper Island have already signed lease agreements. The Swedish Institute has also chosen to establish their operations at the property. The building will be a landmark in Hammarby Sjöstad with its preserved original facade in brick and extension in wood and corten steel plates.
– “We’ve selected Trikåfabriken for the opportunities presented to design a dynamic and flexible workplace that suits our way of working and opens up to new methods of collaborating with others. Consideration for the environment has also been a major factor in our choice of new premises,” says Torgny Hagelin, Head of the Department for Strategic Leadership and Management at the Swedish Institute.
Region Stockholm has chosen to establish its project office for the metro at Luma 1. As of now, Luma’s 34 000 sqm are almost fully rented out. The blue line metro will be extended from Kungsträdgården via Södermalm to Hammarby Sjöstad. Two new metro stops are planned for the area at Gullmarsplan and Sickla Kanal. Expected construction start is in 2019.
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