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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. This is what it looks like in Telia Company’s new building, where the focus for the interior decor was on collaboration, inspiration and energy. This is the result.

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  4. A fossil-free Stockholm could be a reality by the year 2040. This is how Fabege is contributing towards a city in which heating, electricity and transportation happens without the use of coal and oil.

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  5. Fabege has signed an agreement with Naturvårdsverket (the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency) on moving to Trikåfabriken in Hammarby Sjöstad, which is now being modernised and extended. The green lease contract concerns 7,700 sqm, with an annual rent of around SEK 24 million excluding supplements and runs for 6 years. The move is planned for spring 2019. 

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  6. It should be easy to do the right thing. That’s why Fabege offers green leases, which allows tenants and landlords to indicate how they intend to reduce the office’s environmental impact.

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  7. After end of the period for notification of attendance at the 2017 AGM, Fabege’s Nomination Committee was contacted by representatives of one of the Company’s major shareholders, with a holding of 25.5 million shares, representing 15.4 percent of the equity and votes in Fabege AB (publ). The shareholder expressed the wish that the Board of Directors of Fabege AB (publ) should for the period until the 2018 AGM be made up of eight members.

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  8. Is it important for the office to reflect a company’s culture? We’ve spoken to 3 Sweden and Toca Boca about how they ensure their culture permeates the office.

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  9. SEK 67.5 billion and 24,300 new jobs. This is the contribution that Arenastaden is expected to make to society from the start of construction in 2007 up until 2020. That’s the impact on the municipality of Solna.

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  10. New technology is now a feature of retail. Stores are having to rethink their strategy as consumers increasingly shop online. Find out how it’s affecting Tommy Hilfiger.

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  11. Shareholders of Fabege AB (publ) are hereby notified of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday, 29 March 2017, at 3:00 pm at Filmstaden Scandinavia IMAX-salon, Mall of Scandinavia, Råsta Strandväg 19A Solna, Sweden. Registration for the AGM begins at 2.15 pm.

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  12. What is it that makes people enjoy their job? This is one of the main questions that researcher Magnus Svartengren is focusing on. Here are the answers.

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  13. May will see the first moving boxes arriving for SEB as the bank’s three Stockholm offices become one at Arenastaden. The new office has been a pioneering environmental construction.

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  14. Fabege has issued SEK 300m under the framework of its Green MTN programme subject to special conditions with regard to sustainability and the environment.

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  15. Fabege has raised SEK 150m through a green bond issue via SFF (Svensk FastighetsFinansiering AB)

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  16. Fabege's profit after tax for the full year 2016 amounted to 7,107 million (3,232), an increase of nearly 120 per cent.The healthy earnings are largely due to excellent market conditions, with rising rent levels and property values combined with persistently low interest expenses.

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  17. When Sodexo moved to Arenastaden, the primary focus was on quality of life and the employees. It was a move that also entailed a change of approach. Here are some top tips from the company.

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  18. Fabege has raised SEK 300m via SFF (Svensk FastighetsFinansiering AB) through a bond issue with a three year tenor.

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