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Hagastaden

We are playing an active role in the development of Hagastaden, which will grow to become a new dynamic city district by 2030 and one of the world’s leading life science clusters.

Municipality: Stockholm

Premises type Detailed development plan exists (m2) Change required (m2)
Vision

Hagastaden is one of Stockholm's most ambitious urban development projects

Atrium Ljungberg has been operating in Hagastaden for almost 25 years and is one of the largest property owners in the area with characteristic industrial buildings along Norra Stationsgatan. This is where a district with older buildings meets the new Hagastaden, where our Life City project, for example, will be completed in 2022.

We are playing an active role in the development of Hagastaden, which will grow to become a new dynamic city district by 2030 and one of the world’s leading life science clusters. In the eastern part of Hagastaden we have a land allocation right next to Brunnsviken lake. We are planning to build an office property here that will comprise approximately 24,000 m2 across eight floors. It will feature an undulating facade that will provide attractive office spaces with incredible views of Brunnsviken lake and Haga Park. Construction is planned to start in the first quarter of 2024.

In March 2020 we received another land allocation in the area following an agreement with the City of Stockholm, where we returned a land allocation in Slussen so that a future Nobel Center could be built. The land allocation in Hagastaden comprises two residential blocks and one office block – Cambridge, Stanford and Pisa. Construction is scheduled to start at the end of the 2023, beginning with the residential block Stanford. The development projects in Hagastaden represent a total investment of approximately SEK 6 billion over a period of almost ten years.