Housing association

Familjebostäder – Company

423.000 residences in the Stockholm housing market 

  • Co-operative flats 40%
  • Other tenancy rights 25%
  • Public housing 25%
  • Detached houses 10%
  • 22 600 Familjebostäder residences from the suburbs to the inner city

43 000 tenants located as follows

  • 5 900 Inner City
  • 24 400 Southern District
  • 12 700 Western District

Familjebostäder is owned by the City of Stockholm 

  • 22 559 residences
  • 2.344 corporate premises
  • 279 employees

FB has a turnover and property value in 2006

  • Turnover 150 mio €
  • Balance sheet total 750 mio €
  • Book value of property 650 mio €
  • Market value as administration item 2.150 mio €

FB provides homes for

  • Representative cross-section of Stockholm residents
  • Families with young children in majority

FB has tenants in the age of

  • Children, under 15: 19%
  • Young people, 16 to 24: 11%
  • 25 to 44: 35%
  • 45 to 64: 23%
  • Pensioners: 12%

Building owner:
Familjebostäder

Local architect:
Equator Stockholm

Energy consultant:
LUWOGE consult GmbH

City development – from Hjorthagen to Loudden 

Sweden’s largest city district is to be developed in central Stockholm over the coming years. It stretches from Hjorthagen in the north, through the port area, to Loudden in the south. This urban development contains plans for 10,000 new residences and 30,000 new workspaces and can be compared with other European urban development projects, such as those in Copenhagen, Oslo and Hamburg. Planning work started in the early 2000s and the new city district is fully developed around 2025.

Stakeholder and facts
Project owner:
FAMILJEBOSTADER
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Architect:
Equator Stockholm AB
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