Kungsleden leases out 7,000 sq.m in Högsbo in Gothenburg
Kungsleden has leased 5,400 sq.m in Högsbo to the PDL Group, which will create Northern Europe's largest arena for paddle tennis, and 1,900 sq.m to the Peab School.
“We warmly welcome both PDL Group and the Peab School as tenants. Both businesses add value to Högsbo, which is an area we strongly believe in for the future. The area is centrally located and characterised by entrepreneurialism with many new business start-ups,” says Ulrica Sjöswärd, Regional Manager Gothenburg/Malmö at Kungsleden.
Kungsleden will refurbish the premises to be leased by the PDL Group into a 5,400 sq.m paddle tennis arena with 17 courts that will open in 2020.
“We are very pleased to be able to open in Högsbo. It is an exciting area that we have been looking for premises in for a while now, so it feels great that it is all finalised. Our goal is to take paddle tennis to the next level – it is a fantastic sport with significant potential and we hope that people who both work and live in the immediate area will appreciate the sport,” says Henrik Söderberg, CEO of PDL Group, which is Sweden's leading player in paddle tennis with former tennis professional Jonas Björkman and artist Måns Zelmerlöv among its founders.
The Peab high school, which trains carpenters, masons, and construction and concrete workers, has also signed a leasing agreement and will establish itself in Högsbo. The school will rent 1,900 sq.m in the same property and will move in during the autumn 2020.
Both tenants will rent premises in the property Högsbo 27:9, located at August Barks gata 10.
Högsbo/Sisjön in southern Gothenburg is one of the region's leading business areas. Approximately 30,000 people in over 200 industries work here every day. Kungsleden owns 19 properties with approximately 109,000 sq.m. of offices, warehouses and industry in the area. Demand for premises is generally high. The area has a strategic location near the E6 highway, the Dag Hammarskjöldsleden highway and public transport hubs as well as being cycling distance to both central Gothenburg and the sea. The Gothenburg municipality is working long-term to develop the entire Högsbo/Sisjön area into a mixed-use neighbourhood.
For more information, please contact:
Ulrica Sjöswärd, Regional Manager Göteborg/Malmö at Kungsleden | 031-755 56 31| email@example.com
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The information was provided for public release on November 15, 2019 at 07.17 CET.
Kungsleden is a long-term property owner that creates value through active management, development and strategic acquisitions and optimisation of its property portfolio. Our vision is to create attractive and sustainable places that inspire people. Almost 90 per cent of our properties are concentrated in four selected growth markets – Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Västerås. The majority are offices, gathered in attractive clusters. Kungsleden has been awarded the Green Star by GRESB and is ranked as the fifth best real estate company in Europe in terms of sustainability. Kungsleden’s long-term goal is to become Sweden’s most profitable and successful real estate company, by having the market’s most satisfied customers and dedicated employees. Kungsleden (KLED) is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Large Cap. Read more at www.kungsleden.se.