Liljeholmstorget Galleria’s primary catchment area consists of high-income, highly educated people of working age. The galleria is integrated with one of Stockholm's largest public transport hubs, where 2 metro lines, 21 bus lines and a tram line meet.
With several new, very good restaurant concepts, Liljeholmstorget is a place for meetings, getting together and food experiences. Liljeholmstorget is also a healthcare destination with around 20 health care units and several specialized clinics.
Liljeholmstorget Galleria is one of the most popular gallerias in Stockholm: in 2020, the galleria was awarded Best city district centre for the eighth year in a row in Evimetrix’ customer satisfaction survey.
Citycon plans to develop residentials and offices at Liljeholmen by covering the track area at Liljeholmstorget. Under the name RE: Liljeholmen, an attractive living environment will be created with 120 new apartments, 3,000 workplaces and a glazed plaza with space for activities, cultural events and experiences. For more information about the development project and inspiration, visit www.reliljeholmen.se