At Slussen in central Stockholm, we have several land allocations that make it possible to create a destination for Stockholmers and visitors.
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Atrium Ljungberg is one of the largest property owners in Slussen. In an agreement with the City of Stockholm we received several land allocations in Slussen, Hagastaden and Slakthusområdet in 2020 as compensation for the Hamnmästaren land allocation that we returned.
In Slussen we are now able to develop the future retail hub under Ryssgården and Södermalmstorg, which comprises 16,000 m2 GFA. We are planning retail and service here combined with areas that link the various methods of public transport together; the Saltsjöbanan line, the underground and the bus terminal in Katarinaberget. The retail hub is adjacent to the future Mälarterrassen, a public building comprising more than 7,000 m2 GFA with a view of the old town in Stockholm, Gamla Stan, and the water. We are planning cafes, restaurants and cultural offerings here. Occupancy is planned for 2026.
The Ormen district is a development right of approximately 4,500 m2 GFA, with a hotel planned to be built above the underground entrance. The hotel is expected to be completed at the same time as the retail hub.
In Slussen we already had a land allocation in front of Katarinahuset in the Ryssbodarne district, located above Stadsgårdsleden and Saltsjöbanan. The Ryssbodarne district is a triangular development right comprising approximately 7,500 m2 GFA across five floors, where we are planning offices with public spaces on the ground floors. Production will start in 2026 at the earliest, with potential occupancy in 2028.
Atrium Ljungberg already owns Glashuset, Sjömansinstitutet and Katarinahuset. This means that we now own approximately 50,000 m2 in our existing portfolio and a total of approximately 35,000 m2 GFA in land allocations. The development project in Slussen represents a total investment of more than SEK 2 billion. We are continuing to work with the city, creating a dynamic meeting place together for the future. Slussen will become a destination for both tourists and people living in Stockholm; a vibrant hub in the commercial heart of Söder.