Haga Norra - Fabege

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Haga Norra

Haga Norra
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How are we creating Stockholm’s most modern city district? 
We have looked back at least 100 years in time.

Haga Norra will be the place we have long been missing. The one we have all seen during our travels on the continent. The one that actually once existed in this country, but which has been lost in the meantime. The one that will now make a comeback.

Haga Norra is a place to be seen, and you will be. In Haga Norra, it should be easy to become a regular – whether at one of the neighbourhood’s cosy restaurants or at the local greengrocer or bakery.

The area will be home to boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Quality of life will be at its very heart. The things that people have always appreciated and that never go out of fashion. Timelessly modern, you might say.

Haga Norra is a city district that draws inspiration from Paris, Copenhagen and other places a little further afield, yet it is just a few minutes from the city centre, Hagaparken and Arenastaden. The mix of residential homes, offices and visitors will lend the district a vibrant, bustling feel, 24/7.


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Heart & mind

Haga Norra is one of the most exciting office locations that is currently being developed. It is a new city district with the latest technology and modern services, combined with a unique character and atmosphere.

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Architecture with classic qualities

The architecture of Haga Norra captures the best of the classic early 20th century (art nouveau) style but with a modern twist. Distinct characteristics include attention to detail, durable material choices and large windows.

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Location, location, location!

Haga Norra has fantastic surroundings that provide the city district with numerous important characteristics.

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An attractive and sustainable city district

When Haga Norra is complete, it will be an attractive and sustainable city district with plenty of green space, such as Wijnbladsparken and the greenery on streets and in squares. Our buildings will have solar panels and sedum roofs, and car and bicycle pools will be available for people who live or work in the area. With geothermal energy wells, we harness the thermal energy stored in the ground to produce heating and cooling in a local, sustainable and energy-efficient way. This sector is already relatively good at producing energy-efficient buildings, but the integration of AI will now allow the control systems to learn how the city district works; as energy consumption peaks at different times in offices and homes, these can interact to even out consumption. The city district has ambitious energy targets.


In Haga Norra, Fabege is developing attractive office premises featuring classic early 20th century (art nouveau) architecture with a modern twist. The role of offices remains in many ways the same, but how we use them is constantly changing. Haga Norra provides the opportunity to think innovatively and to come to a place where you can grow at your own pace. The employees of the future will place ever higher demands on the overall context. With an office in Haga Norra, you are in the heart of an environment that caters for all your needs.

You can contact Marie Meyer, on 08-556 747 23 or marie.meyer@fabege.se, for more information.

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Residential property in Haga Norra

BRABO is developing the residential properties in the area. The flats will have access to communal areas such as a gym, spa/lounge, hobby room and co-working space. As a resident in the area, you will also have access to a carpool. Properties in the first phase will be available for purchase in 2020, and can be occupied from 2021.

Read more about the residential properties at brabostockholm.se
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Bilia’s new office and showroom

Bilia's new offices and Europe’s most modern car showroom is being built in Haga Norra. The new premises will open in February 2021.

Read more about project Bilia
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