Söderstaden (Southern City)

Söderstaden (Southern City) is one of the city's larger urban development areas and consists of Globenområdet (the Globe area), Slakthusområdet (Stockholm´s Meatpacking District) and Gullmarsplan-Nynäsvägen.

Through sustainable urban development, a safe and accessible destination is created for thousands of residents, workers, students and visitors. Each area's unique identity strengthens the whole and contributes to a connected city.

Söderstaden consists of three different parts with different character. The areas will be developed in different stages and together create a new cohesive destination in the south of Stockholm with a focus on food, culture, entertainment and sports. A total of around 6,000 new homes are planned, along with new workplaces, trade and services.

  • The Stockholm´s Meatpacking District is developing into an urban district where housing, trade and workplaces interact with food, culture and experiences.
  • The Globe area with its large arenas, offices and commerce is developing with entertainment, sports, culture, commerce, housing and offices.
  • Gullmarsplan and Nynäsvägen are to be developed into a hub for southern Stockholm and a vibrant city life around the clock. The area will be connected with surrounding areas.

Söderstaden´s vision

In 2035, Söderstaden is the hub of southern Stockholm, where each area's unique identity strengthens the whole and contributes to a connected city. Gullmarsplan's proximity to water and greenery has been connected with the Globe area's magnificent arenas and the Stockholm´s Meatpacking District`s historic environments and range of food, culture and experiences.

The variety of activities and events makes Söderstaden a dynamic and lively meeting place, where everyone feels welcome. Through sustainable urban development, a safe and accessible destination is created for thousands of residents, workers, students and visitors.

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