BUP moves to modern, tailored premises with Wihlborgs in central Helsingborg

When Region Skåne’s Child and adolescent psychiatry (Barn- och ungdomspsykiatri, BUP) move in to the Hermes 10 building in Helsingborg at the end of 2022, they are moving to tailored, functional and centrally located premises. The former industrial property is continuing its transformation to provide a home to new businesses.

Wihlborgs previously won a procurement for Region Skåne’s BUP, and a lease was signed for a total of 2,500 m² with planned occupancy in the fourth quarter of 2022.

“Public-sector tenants currently comprise 80% of Wihlborgs’ ten largest tenants. Region Skåne is an important tenant that contributes stability but also adds character to the block. At Hermes, Region Skåne will acquire a completely modern premises in a climate-smart, reused property with a prime commuter location for its employees. Visitors will be met by a welcoming environment and ready accessibility,” says Magnus Lambertsson, Regional Director at Wihlborgs.

Wihlborgs acquired Hermes 10 encompassing a total of 51,000 m² in April 2019. In the old Tretornfabriken, that is the home of Campus Helsingborg among others, Wihlborgs is currently conducting active development work to provide the property with a clear identity. While the actual building has been preserved, its contents have changed throughout the years. The main building was designed by the architect Mogens Mogensen for Helsingborgs Gummifabrik AB in 1943 (later Tretornfabriken).

“All of our investments at the property aim to create more life and activity in the block. We are also sensitive for the growing interest in modern functions in older environments,” says Magnus.

Other tenants at Hermes 10 include Campus Helsingborg, IKEA, City of Helsingborg, Capgemini, WSP and co-working company Mindpark.
 

Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB (publ)