Stockholm-based real estate company, Corem, has signed a 6-year lease agreement with Sveriges Riksbank, the central bank of Sweden. This is great news for the Orgelpipan 4 property, located in the bustling Klarabergsgatan 33-35 area of Stockholm, as it has undergone extensive modernization and reconstruction.
New Tenant Moving In by End of 2023
The tenant, Sveriges Riksbank, is expected to move into the property by the end of 2023. The 4,200 sq.m. commercial property mainly consists of offices, but also includes a planned restaurant and café at street level.
Cultural-Historical Value of Orgelpipan 4
Orgelpipan 4 has a cultural-historical value, and its exterior has been carefully renovated to preserve and recreate period architectural features and materials. Existing stairwells have been maintained, while premises and technical installations have been modernized.
Positive Development in the Area
Eva Landén, CEO at Corem, expressed satisfaction with the signing of the lease agreement, saying “Seeing Orgelpipan start to fill up with tenants again is gratifying. The property is located in a part of the city that has developed very positively in recent years, a development we see will continue through the plans for Klarabergsgatan, Vasagatan, and Centralstaden.”
This is a significant development for the Orgelpipan 4 property, and for the Klarabergsgatan 33-35 area of Stockholm. Sveriges Riksbank’s move into the building is expected to bring a lot of activity and attention to the area, while Corem will continue to play an important role in the development of the neighborhood.
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