Sheltered housing, rental apartments and a parking solution are included in the plans of the Enen 1, which HSB has now acquired from the municipality of Boden. The site is centrally located in one of Boden’s most attractive areas.
HSB is now buying Enen 1 from the municipality of Boden for SEK 4.5 million. The plan is to develop the property with about 30-40 apartments.
Enen 1 is part of the block of the same name where SBB has acquired the remaining land. The central location overlooking the Kvarnängen activity area and the nearby lake Bodträsket makes the location very attractive.
“We’re finally going to put the shovel in the ground on the Enen block! It is one of Boden’s absolute best locations for real estate development and it feels really good that HSB is with us on this journey. It is undoubtedly an important signal and a key project in Boden’s continued investment in the social transition, where housing construction is a crucial success factor,” says Claes Nordmark, municipal councillor in the municipality of Boden.
A shared parking garage with about 140 parking spaces is also planned within the plan area. The main parking requirement for Enen 1, provisionally 30 spaces, will be met in this parking solution. Enen 1 is covered by the detailed plan that entered into force on November 1, 2018.
– We at HSB look forward to contributing to Boden’s positive growth by building sustainable and attractive housing in one of the city’s best locations, says Mattias Lundström, CEO of HSB Norr.
The initiative is one of many in the ongoing societal transition in the municipality of Boden and will further broaden the range of housing options. Rental and condominium apartments and single-family homes of various sizes and designs are already available. Over 3,000 new homes are planned both centrally and in rural areas within 20-30 minutes of central Boden. In total, nearly 50 different housing projects are currently underway in the municipality of Boden, in different housing types and unique innovative housing concepts.
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