Tornby Handelsgårdar is the perfect location to take a break from travelling, with an excellent offering of shopping and many well-known brands already in place. It has ample parking facilities, with approximately 1,000 parking spaces.
- Retail space in B Block: 10,500 square meters
- Construction start: Q2 2014, B Block
- Occupancy: Q2 2015
- The building will be environmentally certified according to BREEAM
- Architect: Krook & Tjäder
Well-established retail park
Located just outside Linköping city center, Tornby Handelsgårdar has emerged gradually. The area is currently the municipality’s largest cohesive workplace, comprising 350 hectares, with about 450 companies established here. Tornby was originally designated as a traditional industrial area, but the northwestern part was subsequently developed into one of Sweden’s largest external retail centers.
Several megastores and well-known chain stores are located here, including IKEA, Biltema, Jula, ICA Maxi, Coop Forum, Systembolaget (Swedish Alcohol Retailing Monopoly), Stadium, SIBA, Toys R Us, Bauhaus, XXL, Elgiganten, and Babyproffsen, as well as the Ikano House shopping center. The retail park is gradually expanding eastward.
Built for customers and employees
Tornby Handelsgårdar is home to modern, flow-efficient premises that offer a pleasant atmosphere for customers and employees alike. The premises are environmentally certified according to the meticulous requirements of the BREEAM environmental certification system. Opening a business in an environmentally certified property is not only good for the environment, but also benefits you and your employees by providing a healthy indoor climate and reducing energy consumption.
Region under continuous development
Nestled in the beautiful Östgöta plains is Sweden’s fifth largest municipality: Linköping. With a population of approximately 600,000, Linköping/Norrköping is the fourth most densely populated region in Sweden. It is in this location that Sweden’s fourth metropolitan area, East Sweden, is being developed.
Linköping offers a range of activities to visitors: Test flights of the JAS 39 Gripen fighter jet at the Swedish Air Force Museum; a tour of the Computer Museum, IT-ceum; and works of art in the Passagen art gallery and the Östergötland Museum. Why not devote a morning to culture, have some coffee and cake on the grass by Kinda Canal and then round it off with an afternoon of shopping at the Tornby Retail Park?
The area around Tornby Handelsgårdar offers ample services, all in one location, from restaurants and cafés, hotels and conference facilities to gym facilities, an indoor playland, auto repair shops, IKEA, banks, a post office, pharmacies, Systembolaget and various food stores.
Convenient transport links near the e4 expressway
Tornby Handelsgårdar is located immediately north of Linköping, directly by the E4 Expressway. Approximately 1,000 parking spaces provide excellent accessibility for motorists. It is also possible to cycle from central Linköping to Tornby Handelsgårdar.
Linköping’s location along the southern main rail line between Stockholm and Malmö makes it easy to travel to and from the city by train. In addition, bus routes operated by Swebus and Bus4you serve Linköping and, from Linköping City Airport, you can reach other parts of Sweden as well as Europe. In March 2014, SAS opened a direct route between Linköping and Copenhagen.
- Parking: 1,000 spaces directly connected to the stores
- Bus stop located nearby
- Linköping City Airport: 6 kilometers
- Excellent network of bicycle and pedestrian paths
- Close to the E4 Expressway
- Commuter train to Linköping City: approximately 4 kilometers
- Excellent network of directly connected bicycle and pedestrian paths