STOCKHOLM ROYAL SEAPORT
Roll No. 10357
Time line identified:
2008 – Decision on environmental profile for the area. Building work starts on expansion of the South Vartahamnen Port. Opening of Scandinavia’s most modern cruise terminal. 2009 – Opening of the offices and businesses in the LEED-certified Riga complex in the Vartahamnen Port. Clinton climate initiative pledges support for Stockholm Royal Seaport. 2010 – Tunneling of power lines between Vartaverket and Fisksjoang. Closure of Gasworks. The opening of Stockholm Royal Seaport Innovation. Phase 1: Building work starts on 700 dwellings. Stockholm is named the first European Green Capital. Building work starts on Vartapiren Pier. 2011 – Phase 2: Building work starts on 1200 dwellings.
2012 – Building work starts on offices and businesses in the Vartahamnen Port. 2013 – Opening of a new passenger terminal at the Vartapiren Pier. 2014 – Opening of a new modern freight port Narvik – for container and ro-ro traffic in Nynashamn. 2015 – Opening of offices and businesses in South Vartahamnen Port. Norra lanken road infrastructure opens to traffic. 2017 – The construction in the northern parts reaches the quay area in Ropsten. 2020 – Building work starts on new dwellings and offices in the southern district Loudden.
Area: 236 hectares. Land owned by the City of Stockholm.
Building start: 2010
Power will be delivered to homes directly
Power will be delivered with different frequency
Current construction: soil remediation, infrastructure
A 530 unit apartment is to be build
First occupancy: 2012
New apartments: 10,000
New work spaces: 30,000
Commercial areas: 600,000 sqm
Energy target: 55 kWh sqm/year
Distance to city centre: 2, 1 miles
Infrastructure: Biogas buses, city tram, metro, district heating, new lanes for pedestrians and cyclists etc.
* ABB Group
* KTH Royal Institute of Technology...
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