Oscar Properties have commissioned architects Herzog & de Meuron to create a world class architectural landmark in Norra Djurgårdsstaden. Herzog & de Meuron are one of the most renowned and influential architects of our times.
Norra Tornen, which is the result of collaboration between Oscar Properties and the most highly acclaimed architect firm of our times, OMA, is a new landmark in Stockholm. Norra Tornen consists of two towers, Helix and Innovationen, and it has 300 apartments. The project is expected to be completed in autumn 2018 respectively spring 2020.
Bageriet is an old factory building located on Kvarnholmen. Bageriet has 128 apartments. The building was constructed with Helsingborg bricks, and it has a tall stately section and a lower stouter section.
Occupancy will take place during spring to autumn 2018.
79&Park, which is located in Gärdet in Stockholm, has 168 apartments. The building is the result of collaboration with the Danish architecture firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) and Oscar Properties. Occupancy will take place during winter 2017.
Project No.7 in Nacka Strand is a free-standing building with unique water views, generous glazed sections and greenery right on the doorstep. Oscar Properties plan to develop a unique and intimate property of 12 homes. The majority of the apartments will have their own outside space and range from 2 bedrooms and up. To chime with the surrounding nature, the façade will feature timber elements and “integrated” greenery. The homes will be close to commerce and services, and within easy reach of the city centre, just 20 minutes by SL boat to Nybrokajen. The No.7 launch is planned for spring 2019.
In a west-facing park with a view over the water at a beach on Lilla Essingen, Oscar Properties is planning construction of nine buildings. Each building will have a unique character, and they are being designed together with four hand-picked architect firms. The project, known as Primus Park, will include around 450 timeless designer homes with a unique urban location close to water and greenery.
In Gustavsberg, where the natural woodland of Kvarnberget meets the new city park, Oscar Properties is planning to develop seven free-standing apartment blocks with a unified frontage. The development traces the rock ground towards Farstaviken in the west. This affords optimal views over the water and will bathe the homes in evening light. The stepped fall of the buildings also lends a more playful element to the city park and harmonises with the natural slope of the site. The buildings will also relate in scale to the round building, the church and existing buildings on Algatan. There will be four apartments on each floor, all with two facets. All homes will have a balcony or outside space, and the recessed roof enables the penthouse apartments to have generous south-facing terraces.
Cubrick has a clear identity with its two structures including a taller section and a lower section. The project will include approximately 90 apartments and will connect to Sundbyberg Church and the adjacent park. Sales are expected to start in winter 2017.