JM the building company is constructing about 89 flats in two different blocks at Radiotorget and Frekvensen in Västra Frölunda of Gothenburg aka Göteborg, and Bjufors is the real estate agent for these flats. The construction is to start any time soon and will be completed in two years, or before 2021. Construction of an apartment begins only after 30% of the flats are sold. The company has put a stall at Frölunda Torg to inform the potential buyers and those who have an interest to know more about the apartments, and has sold more than 15% of the total flats.
Out of two blocks under construction, the one in Frekvensen at Järnbrott in Frölunda will have 49 modern flats ranging from 1-room+kitchen (34 or 35 kvm), 2-room+kitchen (49 – 52 kvm) and 3-room+kitchen (68 -70 kvm) spread over four floors. The apartment will be a redbrick house and becomes part of apartments built during the 50s and 60s. From here, it takes 7 minutes to Änggårdsbergen (for nature trails, hilly rides, walkways and cozy barbecue areas), 6 minutes to Frölunda Torg, and 14 minutes to Linnégatan. The price for a 1-room+kitchen with an area of 35 kvm (square metres) is priced at 1,695,000 kr (1.695 million kr) with a monthly maintenance fee of 2600.00 kr.
Levi Karvonen told www.gothenburg-400.com that people are excited to know about these flats though they may not be interested to buy straight away but they want to know about the plan and price and facilities.
Another block of 40 apartments will be built exclusively for senior citizens meaning people who are above 55 years of age can buy, and these are also built bearing in mind for people with ‘special needs’ and with a facility for family members to stay overnight when they happen to visit and stay overnight. “JM has been specifically tailoring these apartments for senior citizens and they have been appreciating the fact for example there are good fishing spots close to this place and parking,” said Levi Karvonen. In these flats, the buyer can choose from what type of wallpaper to have in the rooms to taps among other things in order to personalize the home. The apartment for seniors in Radiotorget are planned with large balconies with a green courtyard and there are flats in different sizes depending upon one’s needs.
The local government, Göteborgs Stad, and building companies are trying to catch up with the demand for housing. By June 2018, there were 225,000 people in the queue for long-term housing in Gothenburg.
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