The Swedish Work Environment Authority, which has a mandate from the Swedish Government and Swedish Parliament to ensure that laws relating to the working environment and working hours are followed, has itself sought new premises in order to co-locate its operations in Stockholm. After a thorough process that initially involved more than 30 alternatives, newly renovated premises at Svetsarvägen 12 in Solna Business Park were chosen.
The lease will run for six years and covers a total area of approximately 6,000 sqm. The rent is about SEK 17.5 million per year. The Swedish Work Environment Authority will take possession of the premises at the end of 2020.
“We are very happy and proud that the Swedish Work Environment Authority is choosing Solna Business Park and that our premises meet their high standards,” says Andreas Malmsäter, Letting Manager at Fabege.
Solna Business Park is today an attractive area for enterprise, with a communications position that offers the most modes of transport and best frequency of services in the whole of Stockholm after T-Centralen metro station. Now the city district is improving significantly, from a really good office district into a lively city district with housing, more visitors and developed services. Fabege also has an ambition to significantly expand the green spaces in the area.
Fabege AB (publ)