All roads lead to the Waterfront Building
Whether you're commuting everyday or traveling internationally, the location offers the best communications in the city.
On an ordinary weekday, thousands of subway trains arrive and depart from T-Centralen station and many trains pass through Stockholm Central Station en route to and from Swedish cities and the Stockholm area.
It takes just over 20 minutes to get to Stockholm Arlanda Airport by Arlanda Express from Stockholm Central Station. Airport buses depart from the Cityterminalen bus station up to every 10 minutes.
For your employees who commute by bicycle, the parking lot under the Waterfront Building offers bike parking. You can also rent a parking space for your car and even use one of Waterfront Building’s rental bicycles for errands in the city.
Part of a greater ecosystem for the modern business
The Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel is connected to the Waterfront Building. Overnight business guests and colleagues could not be any closer to the offi ce than that. The hotel also offers a restaurant with an international cuisine and a view of Lake Mälaren.
The Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre is right next door, with its spectacular, stainless steel profi le reflected in Riddarfjärden bay. The conference facility houses an auditorium with space for up to 3,000 guests and conference rooms in a variety of sizes. You can hold corporate events and business meetings of the highest calibre here, attend seminars, trade fairs and concerts and much more besides, helping you to further motivate your employees and build relationships with your business partners.
Food, glorious food – no matter your preference, you're sure to enjoy the diversity of nearby eateries
One of the most important ingredients for an agreeable work-life is the opportunity to have a delicious lunch nearby, or to have a place where you can unwind together with colleagues after a hard day's work.
The Waterfront Building offers all of this and more in connection with your workplace. On the bottom floor, the Stureplan Group operates the popular restaurants Griffins’ Steakhouse and Wagamama as well as the Le Café lounge. You can’t get closer than that to your watering holes.
Griffins’ eccentric interior design, with tassel lamps, velvet, deep armchairs and mismatched furniture is perfect for a relaxed lunch, and an unrivalled environment for a drink after work. At Griffins’ there is quite simply an intimate feel of being in someone’s home. The Stureplan Group itself describes the restaurant as a “feminine steakhouse” – the people’s pub where you can go for a drink and snacks in the bar as well as for a three course meal with carefully selected wines. The menu too is a little playful, with everything from sausages with bread and truffle mayonnaise, to Asian steak tartar, lobster and flank steak.
Le Café is the oasis of calm at the heart of the vibrant city, where the people, the spontaneous meetings, the hustle and bustle are outside the door. Meet here for breakfast with customers, a cup of coffee before a meeting or the cappuccino to go for the train. Tenants can also order lunch from here for business meetings.
Wagamama opened its first restaurant in London in 1992, and now its first in Sweden is in the Waterfront Building. The restaurant is furnished in characteristic Wagamama style, inspired by Japanese noodle bars with long benches and an open kitchen. It has space for about 130 people and is open for both lunch and dinner. It serves fast, fresh food full of authentic Asian ingredients in a pleasant atmosphere. The service is friendly and the price is right.