In the heart of the city, at Klarabergsviadukten, today stands a new congress center in steel, glass and stone. It is spectacular, from the impressive architecture to the highly efficient energy system.
In 2007, Stockholm’s old postal terminal was demolished to make way for Stockholm Waterfront, with Areim’s subsidiary Jarl Asset Management as a developer.
Stockholm Waterfront was completed in 2011 following a large and complicated construction project, in the middle of a traffic-dense area on top of the water.
The development is comprised of three stand out features:
– Waterfront Building, an office building of 24,600 square meters.
– Stockholm Waterfront congress center with congress hall, conference area and banquet hall.
– Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel with 414 rooms.
The property has a highly efficient energy system that is at the forefront of both technical solution and environmental profile.
Environmental certification: The property is certified according to the EU standard Green Building. When the new facility was built, a large part of the material from the building that was on the site before was reused.
Nils Ericson Plan 4