Fabege Lett 16,500 sqm to Swedbank

Sweden Sweden Swedbank is collocating large parts of its functions at Grand Central Sundbyberg. The green lease relates to approximately 16,500 square meters and extends for a period of ten years.

2017-09-21

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Swedbank's new office. Image: Fabege
Swedbank's new office.

Grand Central Sundbyberg will together with Swedbank's existing premises on Landsvägen 40 be the bank's headquarters.

“We’re delighted that we were able to offer Swedbank a solution that meets their needs perfectly. The bank will have easy access to its second headquarter, excellent public transport links and the opportunity to fully customise a contemporary office building that already has a strong identity,” said Klaus Hansen Vikström, Fabege’s Vice President and Director of Business Development.

Grand Central Sundbyberg will satisfy the requirements for the environmental classification system BREEAM-SE Very Good. This means that there will be bicycle parking areas and a changing room, charging points for electric cars in the building and a sedum roof to reduce the impact on the city’s storm water system.

The move is expected to take place by the end 2018. This lease means that the entire office section of the building is now fully let.




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@nordicpropertynews.com




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