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Sickla

For more than 20 years Atrium Ljungberg has been transforming Sickla from an industrial area to a vibrant city district.

Municipality: Nacka

Premises type Detailed development plan exists (m2) Change required (m2)
Offices 0 121,000
Residential units 36,000 143,000
vision

Sickla continues to grow

For more than 20 years Atrium Ljungberg has been transforming Sickla from an industrial area to a vibrant city district. Over the past two years we have been working with Nacka Municipality to produce a vision for the development of ‘Central Sickla’. This has resulted in a shared vision of this future city district and a proposal for a new city plan.

Central Sickla, which stretches from Marcusplatsen in the west to Kyrkviken in the east, currently contains large car parking areas and low retail buildings. These areas will be transformed into urban districts with pedestrianised precincts and buildings with office workplaces and apartments. Restaurants and stores on the ground floors will bring life to the thoroughfares and create a safe urban environment.

In total the plan comprises approximately 150,000 m2, corresponding to around 7,000 office workplaces and about 500 new apartments. The detailed development plan process is underway and is expected to take approximately three years.

The Stockholm region is seeing a high rate of growth, which is why we are also planning more residential apartments in Sickla. The detailed development plan for residentials in Kyrkviken and the northern part of Nobelberget is underway.

In accordance with Nacka Municipality’s residential vision and comprehensive plan, we want to create around 700 attractive apartments and service premises in a pleasant neighbourhood setting in Kyrkviken. Kyrkviken is located next to the waterfront, public transport and Sickla’s range of retail and service. The project comprises more than 20,000 m2. In Nobelberget the development of new residential blocks continues, with the project totalling 500 tenant-owned apartments.

The total investment for the development projects in Sickla amounts to approximately SEK 13 billion.