Corem’s urban development in Västerås
Västerås is Sweden’s sixth largest city with a population of around 150,000; the city is located in beautiful surroundings on the north bank of Lake Mälaren and has a positive net migration of around 1,500 people a year.
Europe’s industrial history has deep roots in Västerås, Asea and Svenska Metallverken were started here around 1900. Both companies were involved in the electrification of Sweden. ICA (1938) and H&M (1947) were founded in Västerås and Sweden’s first pizza was served here (1947) to one of the city’s many Italian guest workers. It is worth mentioning that the world’s first artificially frozen bandy pitch was inaugurated at Rocklunda IP in Västerås in the 1950s.
Västerås has a strong power of attraction and every day thousands of people commute to Stockholm or other destinations by train, bus, car, boat, cycle or walking.
Corem is the second largest real estate owners in Västerås.
Our city development in Västerås involves refinement of existing buildings in combination with new production in the central parts of Västerås; City and Mälarporten close to the station.