Redevelopment of a historic office building – Transformatorverkstaden - into micro-living and co-working space in the inner-city of Stockholm. The property is located in a vibrant micro-location with new housing, new offices, restaurants, cafés, school, grocery shops, hotels, and with good public connections.

The property’s industrial heritage, large windows, and high ceilings create the potential for both an attractive living and working environment. The business plan is based on converting the building into micro-living loft apartments and co-working space, targeting young professionals, students and single-family households.

The property was acquired in October 2018 in partnership with one of Europe’s largest institutions for the purpose of developing, managing and owning newly built micro-living apartment buildings in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Germany.

Development of micro-living serviced loft apartments and co-working. The residents will have access to a range of social and amenity areas and are part of a vibrant and stimulating community.

The site is located in metropolitan Helsinki in a major development area with less than 10 minutes travel time to Helsinki Central Station. The scheme will target Finnish, Nordic and international businesses with a mobile professional workforce; Finnish professionals in a single household; professionals from across Finland who are working in Helsinki; and international students, visiting lecturers and academic staff.

The project forms part of Ailon's micro-living platform, which is backed by one of Europe’s largest institutions for the purpose of developing, managing and owning properties in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Germany.

Development of approximately 450 high quality micro-living rental apartments. Premium quality product focused on creating communities with joint social and communal areas and services.

The property is located in one of the two priority regeneration zones of Malmö, situated 1.4 km from the CBD and 900 meter from a large shopping mall and one of Malmö’s largest public transportation hubs. The area is in the process of being transformed into a high density mixed-use and residential urban area characterized by a mix of old, industrial heritage and new modern architecture.

The property was acquired in March 2017 in partnership with one of Europe’s largest institutions for the purpose of developing, managing and owning newly built micro-living apartment buildings in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Germany.

Redevelopment of a historic industry area into vivid living area with commercial services and different housing types. The serviced loft studios create an attractive and flexible alternative for extended stay and shorter visit.

The underground parking of 300 places offers also shared electrical cars and bicycles.

Project North has an attractive micro location with close proximity to CBD (1.5 km) in a popular recreational area with spectacular lake views. The lake side location is surrounded by the wealthiest residential area in the city making the site a special development target. The city is one of the largest in Finland.