Two large lease agreements have been signed during the summer, of which one is with the workspace rental company Quick Office that has signed a seven-year lease for 3,148 square meters and plans to establish co-working areas, conference rooms, a restaurant, a café, reception and local services in the building. Quick Office will gain access to their premises in April 2021.

Eden is Kungsleden's first new office building and will offer a high level of service, modern digital solutions and innovative, nature-inspired common areas. Companies have shown great interest in establishing themselves in Eden.

“Eden is no ordinary office building. The objective is to put people at the center and create a variety of well-planned environments, smart digital solutions and first-class services that, in symbiosis with Eden's tenants, will enhance both productivity and wellbeing,” says Ulrica Sjöswärd, Regional Manager at Kungsleden.

“We already have a very good collaboration with Kungsleden and look forward to being part of the development of the Symbiotic Building concept. Service, comfort, calm working environments and an efficient everyday life with people and wellbeing in focus are the cornerstones of our concept,” says Niklas Lénart, Quick Office's founder and CEO.

The property will be certified according to the Well Building Standard and will be a Symbiotic Building, which is Kungsleden’s own trademarked concept covering four cornerstones: health, service, technology and nature. The Well Building Standard is an international standard focusing on human health and wellbeing. The standard is based on elements that affect health, such as air, light, water, sound, diet, exercise, wellbeing, materials, comfort and community.

Kungsleden's investment in Eden is estimated at SEK 350 million, including land acquisition. The building will be certified to at least LEED Gold.