The land allocation refers to approximately 25,000 sq.m. BTA for offices and areas for the public. Vectura's ambition is to develop a signature building related to Life Science. It is a place where Vectura wants to join and create a destination that invites creative exchanges between people from different development-intensive companies, institutions and businesses.
”We are incredibly happy and proud that the city of Stockholm is proposing landmarking to us and contributing to the development of Hagastaden by establishing a building related to Life Science in accordance with Stockholm's city vision,” says Susanne Ekblom, CEO of Vectura.
Vectura in Large Stockholm Project
Sweden — Stockholms stad proposes land allocation to Vectura, which concerns the neighborhood Forskaren in central Hagastaden, Stockholm. The land allocation gives Vectura the opportunity to build a building that contributes to a world-class research and innovation cluster, as well as a place where Stockholm's knowledge exchange is in focus.