This area is a key hub of knowledge and collaboration within the media, arts and academia, and it will be boosted by the addition of housing in Lindholmshamnen and the Karlavagnen district. Stigberget will eventually be connected to Hisingen through public transport, while a funicular railway link between Järntorget and Lindholmen may be in place by 2021.
In the old shipyard on Lindholmen, fast-growing technology and media firms vie for space with researchers and students. 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.
Lindholmen may be a relatively well developed area, but that’s not to say there is no room for improvement – we are currently investing in housing and additional amenities. Lindholmen is not only intended to be a focal point for enterprise but a fully fledged urban district with life after office hours.
Lindholmen Science Park
Lindholmen Science Park is an international collaborative environment for research, innovation and education within the areas Transport, ICT and Media.
Lindholmen Science Park offers a neutral development environment where industry, academic and public sector actors can run major research and development projects. For almost 15 years, we have been creating successful collaborations and innovations.
Open Arena Lindholmen is an environment and our concept of running collaborative projects. People working within Lindholmen Science Park’s focus areas meet at Open Arena. They include researchers, project managers, business managers, vehicle specialists, EU experts, students, designers, artists, specialists, entrepreneurs and politicians.