The conference and co-working operator High Court is currently based out of the Court of Appeals’ previous building along Västra hamnkanalen and at Stortorget in central Malmö. Operations in the old court will now expand to Börshuset and include additional service functions that together will occupy the ground floor and half of the first floor. Occupancy is planned for October 2025 and the lease extends for twelve years.
The restaurant operations will consist of four concepts: a kiosk, a deli, a restaurant with contemporary cuisine and a restaurant with more traditional offerings.
The office hotel, with around 50 rooms, is split into four sections with different functions and styles to attract a wide variety of companies.
The conference space, which includes the old trading floor, will host various events.
“With its location, history and character, Börshuset is perfect for our classic, high-quality profile. There are high expectations for Börshuset and we look forward to meeting them with services available from morning to late in the evening. We want to be the preferred venue in Malmö for the business community and for private individuals,” says Maria Strinnhed, CEO of High Court.
“High Court is a perfect match for our goal to make Börshuset an open, vibrant and dynamic place. Their operations will set a distinctive mark on the new era that Börshuset is now entering. We look forward to beginning the transition and to welcoming more tenants to the city’s best location,” says Ulrika Hallengren, CEO of Wihlborgs.