NCC to develop city center in Mölndal

Press release   •   Mar 07, 2012 16:03 GMT

NCC Property Development has entered into a cooperation agreement with the City of Mölndal concerning the development of the city center in Mölndal. NCC will together with the City of Mölndal formulate a detailed proposal regarding how an attractive, new city center can be developed.

NCC was one of a number of companies to have presented proposals concerning a new city center in Mölndal.

“We are proud that the City of Mölndal regarded our proposal as being the most attractive and we will now implement fundamental studies and analyses to determine the best design for the new city center of Mölndal,” says Manne Aronsson, Regional Manager of NCC Property Development. “NCC and the City of Mölndal will jointly develop a city center that is attractive for both residents and those working in the area, as well as for visitors.”

The cooperation agreement entails that NCC has been commissioned to formulate a proposal concerning how the City of Mölndal can be developed. The assignment encompasses approximately 35,000 square meters of retail space and about 30,000 square meters of housing units, offices on the roofs of retail buildings and a new parking deck that will straddle the tramline.

The vision is to create an attractive city center characterized by an intensive urban pulse by adding an increased metropolitan feel, combined with a mix of offices, retail space and housing, as well as the development of public cityscapes.

For further information, please contact
Manne Aronsson, regional manager NCC Property Development. Telephone +46 31-771 53 46, +46 702-73 61 20 
Robert Hägg, marketing director NCC Property Development. Telephone
+46 8-585 52372 
Christer Abrahamsson, chief Planning Officer City of Mölndal. Telephone
+46 31-315 1381 
Johan Gerremo, project manager City of Mölndal. Telephone
+46 31-315 1414 
NCC’s press telephone +46 8-585 519 00 or

NCC in Sweden consists of the business areas NCC Construction, NCC Property Development, NCC Roads and NCC Housing. 2011 NCC had in Sweden a turnover of just over SEK 29 billion and approximately 10 000 employees. NCC Property Development develops and sells commercial properties in defined growth markets in the Nordic countries, Baltic countries and St. Petersburg.