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How to achieve the sustainable city

We made bold strategic decisions early on that mean we are now at the forefront of our sector. We were the first of all the Swedish property companies to achieve 100 per cent green financing in 2020, and in 2021 we signed the first taxonomy-adapted loan in the Nordic region. We have ambitious goals for 2030, and by continuing to make bold decisions, we are confident we will achieve them.

We aim to contribute to a sustainable Stockholm

We at Fabege are proud of how far we have come in our sustainability work, but at the same time assume that everything has the potential to improve. Therefore, our sustainability report is a good tool for simultaneously mapping, evaluating and driving our sustainability work.

Read more in our Sustainability Report

Parkhuset - The innovation project with only half the climate impact

In a traditional new construction project, about 450 kg of CO[2]/sqm is currently emitted. Fabege is now starting to design Parkhuset in Solna Business Park, which is expected to achieve emissions of 225 CO[2]/sqm – this is only half the climate impact compared to a traditional new construction project.

Read more about Parkhuset
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Arenastaden is home to Europe’s healthiest building!

SEB’s office in Arenastaden has achieved Fitwel’s healthy building certification. It is the first property in Europe to be awarded three stars, which only five percent of those that apply for the certification manage to achieve.

Read more about the Fitwel certification

UN Global Compact

Fabege supports the UN Global Compact initiative for corporate actions regarding human rights, labour law, environmental practice and anti-corruption measures.

Read more about UN Global Compact

Do you have a question?

Mia Häggström
Head of Sustainability
+46 8-555 148 54
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