Wallenstam launches own housing queue for new production in Gothenburg

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Now Wallenstam is starting its own cost-free queue for newly produced rental apartments in the Gothenburg area. For the past three years, Wallenstam has operated a housing queue for the Stockholm and Uppsala area.

“Wallenstam has a high production rate of new rental apartments in the Gothenburg region and we currently have about 1,200 apartments under construction. This, combined with the strong interest in living with us, means that we feel the need to start our own queue. We have good experience from our housing queue in Stockholm/Uppsala and therefore we are now choosing to expand, so that it also includes our newly produced apartments in the Gothenburg region,” says Marina Fritsche, Regional Director Gothenburg.

“Our own queue for our new production will make it possible for applicants to register their interest at an early stage for any of the areas our projects are in, such as Godhems Backe in Majorna, Elisedal, Kallebäcks Terrasser or Mölnlycke Fabriker,” says Marina Fritsche.

Wallenstam’s housing queue is cost-free and registration can be made on www.wallenstam.se/koregistrering.You can register from the age of 16, but you can only apply for an apartment and sign a lease from the age of 18.

Supply of apartments in the existing property holdings will occur as previously via Boplats and HomeQ.

For further information:
Elisabeth Vansvik, Communications Director Wallenstam AB (publ) tel. 46 31 20 00 00 or 46 705 17 11 38


Wallenstam is a property company that manages, builds and develops properties for sustainable living and enterprise in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Uppsala. The property holding is valued at around SEK 47 billion and the customer base consists of around 9,000 households and 1,000 enterprises. The total lettable area is around 1 million sq m. Wallenstam is self-sufficient in renewable energy through its own wind turbines in operation. The company’s B shares have been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 1984.


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