In an old port and industrial area in central Helsingborg, an entirely new city district is being created with the ambition of becoming an urban archipelago where the focus in on both quality of life and sustainability. In addition to homes and retail outlets at this fantastic location, Oceanhamnen will accommodate office buildings, a preschool, a quayside promenade, a seawater pool, a sand beach, and a park in the old dry dock.
The area will be equipped with the latest technology to enhance everyday life for those living and working in the district. Through using a unique sewer system for handling food waste and wastewater, the residents also contribute to making Helsingborg a more sustainable place to live.
Oceanhamnen is one of four city districts within the major urban development project H+. The entire area will be fully developed by 2035.
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Oceanhamnen will be a new city district with homes, offices, restaurants, and retail outlets by the water’s edge.
A spacious district for a growing city
Oceanhamnen will accommodate four residential blocks with approximately 350 homes. Three office buildings with exciting architecture at the furthest point on the pier will provide 32,000 square metres of space for business premises and services just by the water. The area shall also feature a quayside promenade, a square, a park in the dry dock, and a channel through the pier where small boats can pass.
Sustainable development for the future
Our goal in developing Oceanhamnen has from the beginning been to ensure sustainable urban development – economic, environmental, and social.
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