Haga Norra

Haga Norra

About Haga Norra

Haga Norra is the next major development in Arenastaden. It offers a carefully selected mix of cafés, restaurants, offices and homes, with a strong emphasis on meeting places. The sustainable architecture features classic qualities – but with an eye to the future. Its location in Arenastaden, 7 minutes from the centre of Stockholm and with the Haga Park around the corner, makes it an accessible and inviting place for employees, residents and visitors.

Welcome to Haga Norra – Stockholm’s new meeting place!


Arenastaden is a growth location for cutting-edge companies, with increasing numbers of companies and their employees moving here and flourishing. The Haga Norra urban district welcomes employees, customers and visitors into an environment that provides as much inspiration and as many experiences outside the office as inside.  We are now developing Kvarter 1, and also planning for the development of Kvarter 2,  both as office districts in Haga Norra.

The sustainable architecture features classic qualities and high-quality materials. The office district offers a wide range of services, including offices, reception, conference facilities, gym, bike garage, restaurant, two shops and several meeting places, both in the building and around the corner. Surrounded by Mathildatorget and Torfredsplatsen, in a prime location and close to the Haga Park and the city centre, it combines the best of several worlds. Available from 2024.

Read more about Kvarter 1

Do you have a question?

Johan Zachrisson
Director of Business Development
+46 46 76 720 34 19

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Karl Henrik Lenneryd
Leasing Agent Projects
+46 46 76 894 45 25

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Emilie Larsson
Project Manager
+46 46 8 556 747 89

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Kvarter 1 - the winner of BREEAM- building 2023!

Read more at Sweden Green Building Council's webpage

Content, services and new experiences

The Haga Norra urban district in Arenastaden features an authentic atmosphere with a continental feel. It is inspired by cities such as Paris, Copenhagen and Milan.

The buildings’ ground floors provide space for small-scale, high-quality services, with restaurants, cafés and shops that create an urban vitality. The proximity to Mall of Scandinavia and Friends Arena offers an exciting mix of local and large-scale.


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Living in Haga Norra

Apartments, studios, or townhouses? In Haga Norra you can find homes for all needs – ranging from unique urban townhouses on the rooftop to spacious flats and smaller studio apartments. Regardless of which size suits you best, you'll live here in an urban and continental environment where exercise, services, and shops are just around the corner.

Hagaparken, with its beautiful nature and water, is your closest neighbor, creating a perfect balance between city life and nature. Additionally, there are excellent transportation options in the area, and parking for both cars and bicycles is available either in the building or in close proximity to the residence.

We are now presenting Kvarter 5 in collaboration with Birger Bostad. Here, homes with carefully selected and timeless interiors in bright tones are offered in the heart of Haga Norra. Every detail in the residences has been meticulously designed and chosen. With a generous ceiling height of 2.7 meters, large windows, and bright walls, all apartments offer an inviting atmosphere. Keep an eye out with Birger Bostad or Fantastic Frank for upcoming sales launches.

Leave an interest at Birger Bostad's webpage (Swedish only)

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Built around sustainability

The entire district is being developed in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and the buildings are being environmentally certified.  With electricity generated from solar panels on the properties, electricity purchased from wind power sources and heat from geothermal energy, we are safeguarding the district’s energy needs for the future.

In Haga Norra, we are reusing materials to a great extent, both to reduce the carbon footprint and to promote architectural values. The brick facades in Kvarter 1 are constructed on site from Danish reused bricks, and the materials are high-quality and long-lasting. In Haga Norra, we have developed Hållbarhetshuset (Sustainability Building), the first pilot scheme under ‘Re-building: Constructing buildings from buildings’, an innovative reuse project that is the first in Sweden to reuse buildings’ frames.

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