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Old August 11th, 2015, 02:28 PM   #61
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Some illustrations of "Norra Masthugget" area, one part of Centrala Älvstaden.

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Detailed plan documents:
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Old October 18th, 2015, 01:25 AM   #62
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A few more interesting pictures of Masthugget area in the future:


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Old October 19th, 2015, 01:45 PM   #63
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They should squeeze in more housing units in the area, thats the only real objection I have, it will not have the same pop density as the neighbouring areas if the plans goes ahead as it look right now(Samrådshandlingen that was done this summer).

Adding a couple of more floors to the entire area would solve that, but they don't want to have the NIMBY brigades coming out of the woodwork in too great numbers, ;P ... but I will not rule out higher floor space index in the final documents, we will have to see.

Oh yes, one more thing, that half circled "building", thats a waste of precious land, if I remember it correctly, it's supposed to be some sort of public space, for music/art etc, nothing stops those sorts of activities to take place in a building with more floors.



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Old October 24th, 2015, 01:23 AM   #64
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Some early visualisations of Nya Gullbergsvass (a re-developed brownfield area in Gullbergsvass)


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Old December 2nd, 2015, 06:14 AM   #65
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A nice visualisation with the new Hisingsbron bridge (lower part of the picture):


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Kvillebäcken is the first area that will be fully finnished, the last time I was there, earlier this year, the last blocks was U/C.



In the lower right corner of the picture above, is Backaplan, which is up next in this area of Centrala Älvstaden.

The little river, that separates Kvillebäcken and Backaplan. This is the "calm" side of the new development,
the busy main street is Gustaf Dahlénsgata on the other side.


Random shot from a balcony in one of the new blocks.


Local food market

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An updated illustration of Älvstaden(Central Gothenburg) and a pretty cool video!

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Posted on YouTube by the city of Gothenburg: A vision of how it might look in the year 2050,
with 25 000 new apartments and 45 000 new workplaces

Colour codes:
Red: Finnished before 2021
Orange/brown: Finnished before 2028
Yellow: Finnished before 2035
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Some photos of Kvillbäcken, it's soon finnished, I don't really like it, apart from Gustaf Dahlénsgata(a street), which is fine.






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Colour codes:
Red: Finnished before 2021
Orange/brown: Finnished before 2028
Yellow: Finnished before 2035
I find these estimated completion dates utterly ridiculous. In any normal country, the completion date for the yellow areas should be at least before 2030. Is Sweden a country for sloths?

Knowing Sweden and especially Gothenburg, I'd say that everything won't be finished until after 2050...
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The first detailed plan for this area called Backaplan got approved late last year by the local politicians. There are 3 plans for the area being worked on as we speak, more will come. The largest property owners in this area are Platzer, JPA, KF and Skandia. Skandia bought 90 000 m2 from KF january last year, supposed to have cost them around 1 bn SEK, Cushman & Wakefield and Setterwalls were advisors for the seller and buyer in the transaction. Total investment in the properties might amount to around 7-8 bn SEK for Skandia.

The plan is for the most southern part of this area.


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View of the project area from the northeast.


Backagatan from the South.


Backagatan from the North.
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Old February 15th, 2017, 05:39 PM   #73
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Not exactly part of the River city, but an important and exciting area that will see a lot of development over the next years, "the old town"(Gamlestan in Swedish), so called because it was the first location of the city, before the king at the time decided otherwise. Today Gamlestan is one of 96 primary areas, it is 432 hectare large, and has a population of around 9000 people, the area is in many ways dominated by industries. Most known of the bunch being SKF, which has it's global HQ in the area.

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Today, SKF is the largest bearing manufacturer in the world, and employs approximately 48,600 people in 140 production and manufacturing sites, which in addition to 15,000 worldwide distribution locations encompasses 130 countries worldwide.
The project in the cam is first out and it is a combined office and public transport hub, for trains, trams and busses. The office building will be 17 floors.



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