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.