13 January 2021 · News

MKB is developing the urban area Holma in Malmö

During the autumn of 2020, Moll Wendén advised MKB Fastighets AB in the formation of a development agreement with the city of Malmö for the urban area Holma in Malmö.

MKB and the city of Malmö have, through the development agreement, agreed to jointly exploit and develop southern and central Holma in Malmö. As part of this collaboration, MKB and Malmö City must work together to implement a number of detailed plans.

Through the collaboration, the parties will develop the urban area Holma through construction of approximately 1,500 new residences, premises for town centre activities, new green spaces adapted for children and young people and promenade paths within the area. At the same time, Pildammsvägen is to be converted into a urban road with bus services.

MKB is one of Sweden’s largest social housing companies with roughly 24,500 leasehold estates and 1,000 premises throughout Malmö. The company manages and builds a wide and differentiated range of attractive apartments for the population of Malmö. Through the collaboration regarding the urban area Holma, MKB is given the possibility to maintain a continued high production rate of new residences for Malmö’s growing population.

Lawyer Stefan Wendén and associate Christer Nylander from Moll Wendén have been MKB’s legal advisors.

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