The property has a detailed plan that has gained legal force and is judged to allow the development of approximately 220 Swan Ecolabel residential units, of which 51 are senior homes within JM's subsidiary Seniorgården AB. Housing start of the first phase, which is Ture Torn, is expected to take place during the first quarter of 2024.

”We look forward to continuing to work together with Sollentuna municipality and developing this centrally located area. Ture Torn will be an architecturally interesting landmark and Sollentuna's tallest building, where the homes will contribute to further strengthening the local area and its values such as proximity to water, green areas and good communications,” says Christina Lamminen, CEO at AB Borätt och Seniorgården AB.

The acquisition will be reported within the JM Residential Stockholm business segment in the first quarter of 2024.