Zmarta is the Nordic region's broadest comparison service for, among other things, mortgages, consumer loans, insurance and electricity contracts. The company has operated on the Swedish market since 1999 and today has around 300 employees. In addition to Sweden, Zmarta is also available in Finland and Norway.
In September, Zmarta moves from the Stockholm office on Odengatan to Atrium Ljungberg's Mineralvattenfabriken (the Mineral Water Factory) in Hagastaden. The new office covers approximately 770 square meters and will be located in the so-called Glashuset, a spectacular addition to parts of the former factory.
"It feels completely right that a modern technology company like Zmarta moves into historic industrial quarters in the middle of this expansive and urban district. The contrasts really reflect our business where we use new technology to change old industries and make it easier for ordinary people when they make personal financial decisions," says Catharina Skommevik, CEO at Zmarta.
Since before, the app company Wolt also rents premises in Mineralvattenfabriken and Kry has also opened a health center in the building. In the neighborhood there are also several galleries, hotels and restaurants and rooftop bars.
Atrium Ljungberg is one of the largest property developers in Hagastaden and has converted industrial buildings as well as modern office buildings in its portfolio. Next door to Mineralvattenfabriken is the so-called PV Palace, which is now being renovated to accommodate modern offices with an industrial feel, ready for occupancy in 2024. In the neighborhood is also the Industricentralen, an iconic brick building that houses, among other things, a number of architectural offices and galleries. Until 2030, Hagastaden is planned to grow with 50,000 workplaces and 6,000 new homes, and straight through the district is planned for one of the city's largest park projects, which connects Hagastaden with Hagaparken.
"We are happy that Zmarta chooses to move to Mineralvattenfabriken. We notice a great interest in the whole of Hagastaden, not least in the older industrial properties located in the borderland between Vasastan and Stockholm's new skyline. There are many tech- and knowledge-intensive companies that come here and see the advantages of being in this context," says Catarina Lennartsson, Leasing Manager at Atrium Ljungberg.