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A vital part of Stockholm city - We create places
A vital part of Stockholm city
- We create places where
people want to be
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AMF FASTIGHETER
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Welcome to AMF Fastigheter!
AMF Fastigheter is one of Sweden’s largest property companies with its main focus on Stockholm, one of Europe’s most rapidly expanding
cities.
Here in the most dynamic metropolis in
Scandinavia, we’re creating spaces that make
for world-class shopping experiences for demanding city dwellers and tourists from far and wide.
Our shopping centres are sited in Stockholm’s
largest districts and in the heart of the city centre, attracting a total of 45 million visitors and a
turnover of SEK 5 billion. They are all conveniently positioned close to Stockholm’s major
public transport hubs with a high footfall.
With a clear vision and close partnership with
the City of Stockholm and other property owners
we want to be part of revitalizing Stockholm.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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Gallerian
Gallerian is downtown Stockholm’s first and biggest
shopping center, the heart of the city and the commercial
hub for a broad target group. Gallerian is an innovative
space with a relaxed atmosphere and an exciting mix of
international and Swedish store concepts,
fashion, food, entertainment and service under one roof.
Gallerian’s mission is to be part of making Stockholm
more fun, offering experiences and serving as a backdrop that reflects the nature of the city and its people.
A space that never sleeps and never stands still. The
next step is 5,000 square metres of new space and more
attractive shopping, service and entertainment concepts.
Year opened:
1976, last renovation 2010–2011
Number of stores:
86
Footfall:
18 million
GLA:
31,500 sq m
Turnover, Turnover/sq m:
€199 million, €7 000
Average purchase:
€11
Subway commuters per day:
247,000 (T-centralen)
Examples of stores (brands): H&M, Hollister,
River Island, Lindex, Topshop, Clas Ohlson
and G-Star RAW.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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MOOD Stockholm
MOOD Stockholm is shopping beyond shopping. An
entire block in the heart of the city, a city within a city
with an elegant, diverse and international atmosphere.
This is the place to find unique concepts, a high level of
service and some of Stockholm’s most popular restaurants, attracting a trend-aware target group with the
highest of standards.
MOOD Stockholm is a place for self-indulgence. An
entirely new concept and a unique space where socialising, shopping and working become something out of
the ordinary.
Year opened:
2012
Number of stores:
55
Footfall:
5 million
GLA:
10,000 sq m
Turnover, Turnover/sq m:
€55 million, €5,200
Average purchase:
€12
Subway commuters per day:
56,000 (Hötorget) + 67,000 (Östermalmstorg)
Examples of stores (brands): Denim & Supply
(Ralph Lauren), Napapijri, Scotch & Soda and
Club Monaco.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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Ringen
Ringen is in Södermalm, the trendiest district in Stockholm. For a creative and cultured target group who
love Södermalm, Ringen is a laid-back space for socialising and everyday shopping needs. Ringen boasts the
leading fashion brands that you won’t find anywhere
else in Södermalm and there’s always something going
on to engage or involve visitors.
Ringen is an urban backyard where different styles
create an attractive whole with a quirky edge. It’s genuine, unpolished and charming.
Year opened:
1982, last renovation 2007–2008
Number of stores:
57
Footfall:
6 million
GLA:
16,000 sq m
Turnover, Turnover/sq m:
€108 million, €6,200
Average purchase:
€20
Subway commuters per day:
55,000 (Skanstull)
Examples of stores (brands): H&M, Stadium,
MQ, ICA and Systembolaget.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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Västermalms-gallerian
In the heart of Kungsholmen, an urban and lively
district with beautiful shoreline walks and green parks
on the doorstep, lies the shopping mall Västermalmsgallerian. The urban atmosphere and the buzz attract a
fashion-conscious, in touch target group. This is where
they do their daily shopping and spend time with
friends and family.
The Västermalmsgallerian concept is that of a local
metropolis with a futuristic edge. A vibrant crossroads
in a city district that never sleeps.
Year opened:
2002
Number of stores:
50
Footfall:
9 million
GLA:
10,000 sq m
Turnover, Turnover/sq m:
€54 million, €6,800
Average purchase:
€7
Subway commuters per day:
67,000 (Fridhemsplan)
Examples of stores (brands): H&M, Rituals,
INTER SPORT, Gina Tricot, MQ, ICA.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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Fältöversten
Fältöversten is in Karlaplan in the heart of the upmarket district of Östermalm.
At Fältöversten, wellbeing and quality take centre
stage. The atmosphere is welcoming with big labels
sharing the space alongside small high-end and lifestyle brands. It’s a place where a sophisticated target
group with the time and money to spend on the good
things in life can shop and enjoy a glass of champagne
mid-week.
Fältöversten’s mission is to give every day a silver lining. Traditional and classical but with a modern twist
and a sense of coming home.
Year opened:
1973, last renovation 2003.
Number of stores:
53
Footfall:
6.5 million
GLA:
20,000 sq m
Turnover, Turnover/sq m:
€117 million, €5,600
Average purchase:
€19
Subway commuters per day:
32,000 (Karlaplan) + 67,000 (Östermalmstorg)
Examples of stores (brands): H&M, Kicks,
Rituals, Lindex, ICA, Systembolaget and
Calzedonia.
AMF FASTIGHETER
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A vital part
of developing
the city
For us it’s natural to think outside the box when
developing ideas for retail in a broader context. We
create places where people want to be. Places that
are an integral part of the city, where people come
together and where shops, restaurants, entertainment and culture gain energy from a vibrant and
creative setting. We want to contribute to revitalising Stockholm.
1.
1. Gallerian – Urban Escape Stockholm
In the heart of Stockholm’s city centre are five buildings, four
streets and two squares. This is where AMF Fastigheter is
creating a new city space – Urban Escape Stockholm.
2. Västermalmsgallerian, Ringen and Fältöversten
For each shopping centre, we have created unique new concepts
that will match the lifestyles of people living and working here.
3. Mood Stockholm – the next step
Building on Mood Stockholm’s success, a new flagship
destination to be born in 2016.
2.
3.
AMF FASTIGHETER
Stockholm – the capital
of Scandinavia
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VALLENTUNA
UPPLANDSVÄSBY
AMF FASTIGHETER
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ÅKERSBERGA
TÄBY
DANDERYD
KISTA
VAXHOLM
Stockholm – the
fastest-growing
city in Western
Europe
The population of Stockholm is anticipated to
grow by 30,000 people a year up to 2020/2030.
SOLNA
LIDINGÖ
SUNDBYBERG
BROMMA
STOCKHOLM
6X
2X
faster than Paris
faster than Copenhagen
NACKA
Today, 900,000 people live in central Stockholm
while the Stockholm region has a population of
2,200,000
FARSTA
SKÄRHOLMEN
HUDDINGE
The people of Stockholm are frequent users of
public transport and every day
TYRESÖ
Trade areas in Stockholm:
Retail trade primary area:
SÖDERTÄLJE
€2.7 Bn
Primary
passengers pass through downtown Stockholm’s
public transport hubs.
Secondary
Retail trade secondary area:
€13.3 Bn
935,000
Total retail trade Stockholm:
HUDDINGE
€16 Bn
AMF FASTIGHETER
Stockholm – a city to be reckoned with
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Nights spent in Sweden
(all types of accommodation)
Tourism in Stockholm
15,000
11 million guest nights yearly (7 million domestic visitors
+ 4 million international visitors)
Interest in Stockholm is increasing and the city continues to grow. Investors and companies that find
their way here tend to stay. There is a strong future for all industries – particularly retail.
12,500
10,000
7,500
¤3 billion spent yearly
5,000
Sweden's GDP
GDP per capita in Stockholm
2,500
50% spent on retail trade and eating out
€173
43%
Billion
73%
from Stockholm
0
2000
(Source: Business Sweden)
2005
2010
2015
2020
(Source: Business Sweden)
Higher
compared
to the average
EU city region
GDP per capita for selected countries
Stockholm purchasing power (MSEK)
Percentage distribution of disposable
income for Swedish consumers
45,000
40,000
100
95
40
35
30
200,000
35,000
180,000
30,500
160,000
25,000
140,000
20,000
25
20
15
120,000
10
5
2003
100,000
2004 2005
2006
2007 2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
0
Retail
Living
Transport
Recreational activities,
eating out, etc.
2015
2020
2025
Retail Spending
Sweden
37%
Denmark
36%
64%
France
36%
64%
Netherlands
33%
Norway
32%
Spain
31%
UK
30%
Switzerland
29%
Germany
27%
Italy
26%
Retail spending
63%
United Kingdom
Denmark
France
Germany
Spain
Finland
67%
(Source: World Bank)
68%
69%
70%
71%
73%
74%
Other expenses
Sweden $41.500
(Source: WSP)
AMF FASTIGHETER
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Contact
If you are interested in locating your business in one of our properties, or if you have any questions,
please feel free to contact our head of leasing or one of our leasing managers.
Why Sweden?
Top-performing and growing economy.
Sophisticated consumers with high purchasing power.
Strong retail sales growth for 15 consecutive years.
Appetite and demand for new retail concepts.
Head of Leasing
Elisabet Jones
[email protected]
+46 (0)8-791 24 90
+46 (0)70-219 20 77
Leasing managers
Jenny Ahlin
[email protected]
+46 (0)8-696 33 94
+46 (0)70-208 68 31
Anna Hammarbäck Lind
[email protected]
+46 (0)8-696 34 18
+46 (0)70-615 40 77
Early adopters and well-established test market.
Recognized as a trend-setting country.
Kenneth Jävervall
[email protected]
+46 (0)8-696 31 13
+46 (0)70 540 98 55
Silvia Neveris
[email protected]
+46 (0)8-696 30 72
+46 (0)72-510 64 17
Visiting address: Regeringsgatan 29, Stockholm, Sweden
Address: AMF Fastigheter, 113 88 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46 8 696 31 00
www.amffastigheter.se

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