Hufvudstaden is set to commence design work for the Orgelpipan 7 extension project in Sweden, following the finalisation of the detailed development plan.  

The company has collaborated with the City of Stockholm’s planning office and architect Tham & Videgård for years to develop this plan.

Construction is expected to begin between late 2026 and early 2027. 

The Orgelpipan 7 property was originally constructed in 1964 and has been owned by Hufvudstaden since 1979. 

It is located between Stockholm Central Station and the T-Centralen metro station, at the crossroads of Vasagatan and Klarabergsgatan. 

City of Stockholm planning department Norrmalm/Östermalm unit manager Maria Sahlstrand said: “The area around Stockholm Central Station is scheduled to undergo substantial changes, with the aim of improving the infrastructure, creating a new district, and making the entire city district more welcoming.  

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“Orgelpipan 7 is one of the existing properties in the area that can be developed and make a positive contribution to the urban environment under the new detailed development plan.” 

The latest plan will facilitate the addition of two new inset storeys to Orgelpipan 7, creating approximately 3,000m² of additional leasable space. 

The building’s original aesthetic is expected to be preserved, including the external windows’ dark red spandrel panels. 

Additionally, the terrace facing Mäster Samuelsgatan is to be transformed into a conservatory. 

Plans also include a green roof, a solar park, and rainwater collection facilities atop the new structure.  

Hufvudstaden business development head Karl Palm said: “The extension to Orgelpipan 7 will add attractive new office premises that will attract companies for whom the location, adjacent to rail, metro, and other public transport facilities is a priority.” 

Earlier in the year, Hufvudstaden disclosed plans for three new service concepts at Kvarteret Johanna in the Swedish capital, Gothenburg.