Forenom converts 18th century building in to Stockholm serviced apartments

George Sell By George Sell
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

Sweden: Forenom has continued its expansion in Sweden with the opening of a new apartment building in Norrmalm, Stockholm.

The property is an 18th century building that has been renovated into 30 serviced apartments, with many original architectural features preserved. The units range in size from from 13 to 59 square metres.

"This unique location will offer our customers premium living right in the city centre. We believe this accommodation option will especially benefit business travellers who want to experience the essence of Stockholm, not from a hotel, but the same way the locals experience it," said Mats-Erik Lidström, CEO of Forenom Sweden.

The three buildings that make Johannesgatan are situated in the centre of Stockholm in a quiet area next to Johannes church.

"The buildings have a long history, where various activities linked to the Lutheran Missionary Society in Stockholm and the Lewi Pethrus Foundation, have been carried out over the years. We first acquired the building in 1996 and for many years the building was run as a hotel under the name Art Hotel. In July 2017, we started an extensive renovation of the property into business apartments. The renovations ended November 2018. We are very happy and proud to welcome Forenom as a tenant and look forward to a continuing cooperation," said Jan Ullberg, chairman of U&P Fastighetskonsult AB.

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