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  1. On 8 and 16 May, Swedish bank SEB started to move into its new premises in Arenastaden, Sweden’s biggest newly built office focusing on sustainability. Fabege owns and manages the property and the lease is their biggest so far. 

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  2. Higher rental income and continued low interest expenses generated a profit from property management of SEK 449m, which is the equivalent of an increase of 10 percent compared to the previous year. 

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  3. Fabege is bringing Sundbyberg’s old Åhléns department store building into the 2010s. Next year, bright offices, shops and restaurants will be housed here in a prime commuter location.

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  4. The world’s first Nordic Ecolabel (Svanen) car wash is in Arenastaden. Future Car Care washes cars by hand in an eco-friendly and gentle way using steam.

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  5. A high school, a preschool facility and a multi-residence building are now to be added to the area. Fabege and the City of Solna have agreed on the construction of a new school for around 360 year 7–9 pupils, a preschool facility for 80 children, and a multi-residence building comprising six apartments – comprising 5,100 sqm in total.

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  6. Fabege has signed an agreement with Goodbye Kansas concerning a move to Hammarby Sjöstad. Goodbye Kansas is Sweden's fastest growing company in the animation, gaming and special effects industry. Through the agreement, Fabege is to commence construction of Hammarby Terrassen, where Goodbye Kansas will be taking over the property itself. The green lease contract covers approximately 5,200 sqm, with an annual rent of around SEK 16.7m excluding supplements, and is set to run for eight years. The move is planned for June 2019.

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  7. Friends Arena is not just a venue for the biggest sports events and concerts. You can also book conferences there that bring out your creative side.

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  8. Next year, SEB will be leaving the big crescent-shaped building in Rissne for three minimalist buildings in bustling Arenastaden. Alessandro Ripellino designed both offices – 25 years apart.

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  9. How can we create premises that boost employee health? Clean air, plenty of light and opportunities for physical activity are the key.

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  10. Ducks, grebes, swans and more unusual birds such as nightingales and pochards flock to Råstasjön lake. This is why birds like it here and how they like being in a city.

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  11. As part of our ambition to be actively involved in city district development, Fabege is launching a sustainable logistics network in which deliveries, returns management and recycling will be handled in a single flow. The aim is to reduce the amount of transportation in the area and promote greener districts.

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  12. As of May 2, 2017, AEG will be the new operator at Friends Arena in Solna, just outside Stockholm city centre. Arenabolaget and AEG have a joint ambition to position Stockholm as an events region and compete for attractive events with other cities in Europe. The leasing agreement between AEG and Arenabolaget, a company owned by the Swedish Football Association and Fabege, runs for 10 years.

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  13. Telenor’s new head office, a glass building featuring a prominent point, is on the verge of completion. The architect behind Solna’s new landmark, No1 Råsunda, shares his thoughts.

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  14. Fabege has let more than 30,000 m2 in Hammarby Sjöstad and in the area of the Globe Arena. The Pelaren property in the Stockholm Globe Arenas complex is more or less full to capacity before the shell of the building has even been erected. The latest tenant to sign an agreement with Fabege is Ebab –preceded by Stokab, who announced their move from the city centre earlier. 

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  15. Fabege and SHH have signed a contract on jointly developing around 225 tenant-owner apartments on Kista Gårdsväg in Kista, north of Stockholm. Last autumn, Fabege gained entry to the property Selfoss 1 under the land option previously acquired from the City of Stockholm. SHH has now acquired 50% of the development company and the parties have agreed to run a joint venture. The project is planned to start this spring, with sales of the apartments scheduled for autumn 2017.

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  16. Creating attractive outdoor environments is increasingly challenging as cities grow and become more compact. Pocket parks, or mini-parks, provide green areas and space to breathe in Solna Business Park.

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  17. Co-working-spaces are a growing trend in Sweden. These days we don’t just want to rent a desk in a co-working hub; we want to become members of social and preferably international office networks. This is how it works.

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