During the shipyard era, these two buildings were the Woodshop and the Sawmill, and they still bear those names. After the renovation into offices and studios, many small companies have been housed in these two joined buildings. The lower Sågeriet (sawmill) also has a restaurant.
Welcome to Lindholmen
Lindholmen is probably most known as a key hub of knowledge and collaboration within the media, arts and academia. In the heyday of the shipbuilding industry there were no more than 2,000 people working in the area, but nowadays more than 20,000 make the trip to Lindholmen each day in order to work or study. Defined by a series of technology firms, education and culture, Lindholmen will be reinforced by 2 600 apartments in Lindholmshamnen and the Karlastaden district, including residences, offices, retail, services and Karlatornet, 240 metres tall. It is also planned for a cable car that will connect the city across the river.