Together with K2A Knaust & Anderson Fastigheter in 2015, Rosewood has developed the Vega area in Haninge municipality, where 500 apartments are being built in what will be Sweden’s largest modern wooden town. In total, there is planning for a new district for 10,000 inhabitants, with a new commuter train station 20 minutes from central Stockholm, and in immediate proximity to green spaces and outdoor life.
Phase 1, comprising 123 apartments, required extensive excavation work due to very hilly land. Even though 30,000 tonnes of rock had to be blown up and crushed when work began in March 2015, the schedule was maintained and a final inspection of the first 65 apartments was conducted in Q1 2016. The first tenants moved in during June 2016 and the remaining 65 apartments were ready in September.
The climate-smart and economically sustainable approach permeates the entire area and Rosewood Development was therefore a natural partner in the project.