Technopolis acquires campus in Stockholm, significantly strengthening position in the Nordics

Technopolis has completed the acquisition of a campus in Stockholm. Customers in Sweden’s capital can expect adaptable and sustainable workspace solutions that respond to employees’ needs in the new era of hybrid working.

Technopolis has acquired the Kista Front complex in Stockholm from Atrium Ljungberg. Technopolis’ new campus in the most dynamic region in Sweden and the Nordics will significantly strengthen the company’s position as the leading expert in shared workspaces in the Nordics.

Totaling over 44,500 square meters, the Kista Front complex is home to several leading ICT, technology, and telecommunications companies. Technopolis has already successfully introduced its concept to Sweden in Gårda, Gothenburg, and the company sees a lot of potential in bringing Technopolis’ innovative workspace solutions to the new campus in Stockholm.

“We are very excited to bring our unique concept to Stockholm and help organizations in Sweden succeed and grow in the new era of hybrid work. Technopolis is recognized in Finland for its long track record and high customer satisfaction and loyalty. We now have the opportunity to provide the vibrant network of companies in Stockholm with our sustainable workspace solutions that are adaptable and always tailored to the customer’s needs,” says Niko Pulli, CEO of Technopolis.

The Stockholm acquisition strengthens Technopolis’ growth strategy in Europe as the company prepares for life at the office after Covid-19. As employees return to the office, companies are looking for innovative ways to achieve seamless productivity between their office and home office-based employees in the age of hybrid work, and Technopolis aims to support employers in this cause with its highly adaptable and sustainable workspaces.

“Not everyone will come to the office every single day after the pandemic. But when we talk to companies, they are concerned over a future where the office does not act as a common unifier, a sort of a campfire to gather around. It is challenging to build a sense of camaraderie or a strong workplace culture while working remotely. Our adaptable concept, our proven high customer satisfaction, and the way we truly care about the customer will be among the key factors in Stockholm as we respond to our customers’ needs during this transformational time,” Niko Pulli says.

Technopolis Holding Plc

For more information, please contact:

Niko Pulli
Tel. +358 40 544 9014