New workplaces are a key feature of the large-scale urban-development project under way in Mölndal. The aim is to create a vibrant and attractive city center for residents, commuters and people working in the surrounding area.
All of downtown Mölndal is undergoing a radical change and the Kungsfisken property block, featuring 40,000 square meters of new office premises, is an important part of this transformation.
over the coming years, major changes will take place in Mölndal municipality, which is situated to the south of Gothenburg and has grown to merge with the Gothenburg urban area. the city has a strategically advantageous location close to major arterial roads, such as the E6 and E20/Söderleden expressways, as well as the west coast and coast to coast rail lines.
A public transport hub with trains, buses and trams located adjacent to Mölndal’s newly emerging downtown area, this location also offers excellent signage opportunities.
Mölndals innerstad and its surroundings will provide a complete range of services in terms of housing, workplaces and shopping. Sights including Gunnebo house and gardens, Åbytravet racetrack and the Mölndal museum are just a stroll away from the downtown area.
Knutpunkt Mölndalsbro, a public transport hub used by about 4.7 million people per year, is located close to mölndals innerstad. the hub includes rail, tram and bus connections. it is also possible to rent a space in the bicycle garage for those who want to combine cycling with public transport. a total of just over 1,500 parking spaces will be available in this new Mölndal city district.
NCC adopts a holistic approach, in which function and financial parameters are intertwined with sustainability aspects, such as environmental considerations and social responsibility. in addition, our leases always include environmental aspects and thus serve as a tangible expression of our shared goal of making a difference.
The property is certified under breeam, the world’s foremost environmental certification system. the aim is to achieve the lowest possible environmental impact throughout the building’s lifetime.