HIFK – Helsinki Garden Arena Development – Uusimaa - Project Profile
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HIFK Hockey Oy Ab (HIFK) is undertaking the construction of the Helsinki Garden Arena in Finland.
The project involves the construction of an 80,000m2 multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity for 11,000 spectators.
The project will include the construction of apartments, private shops, such as grocery store and gym; a hotel, restaurant, medical centre, an ice stadium, 500 underground parking spaces, and a local train station.
PES-ARCHITECTS has been appointed as architect.
The funding for the project is planned to be secured from the private investors.
On June 27, 2016, HIFK received planning consent from the Helsinki City Board.
In October 2016, HIFK invited bids from architects for the project. JKMM Architects, K2S Architects, Architects B & M Ltd, Anttinen Oiva Architects and ALA Architects Ltd have submitted the bids.
In February 2017, B & M Architects Ltd was the winner of the architectural competition for the Garden Helsinki property development project and joined the planning team.
Populous was appointed as the architect and GSP Group oy as the area development consultant.
HIFK plans to finalize the project plans by the fourth quarter of 2017.
The project involves the construction of 80,000m2 arena with a sitting capacity for 11,000 spectators in Finland.
The US$632 million project includes the following: