|Drottninggatan is probably Stockholm’s best-known street. Surely no-one has visited the capital without coming here to shop? But there’s more to Drottninggatan than just department stores and chain stores; if you venture off into the side streets, there are plenty of alternative boutiques and no shortage of restaurants and cafés. And Apeln is just one block away from Hötorget where – if you’re not afraid to haggle – you can buy fruit and vegetables at great prices from talkative market traders. The square is also home to Kungshallen, which has an excellent food court where you can find good value food from almost any cuisine imaginable: Lebanese, Indian, Thai…|
Drottninggatan is pedestrianised virtually all the way from the parliament building and the Royal Palace in Gamla Stan to Observatorielunden Park over towards Odenplan. In other words, if you live here you don’t have to worry about traffic problems – although there will normally be crowds of people. However, Apeln – which dates back to 1862 – is situated at the northern end of the street, where it is considerably quieter.
|Address: Drottninggatan 67/Apelbergsgatan 54, 111 36 Stockholm|
Metro stop: Hötorget
Apeln was built in the 1900th century and was fully renovated when SSSB purchased the facility in 1984.
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|1 ||Studios ||1 room w. kitchenette ||Aprox SEK 6,500/month ||42 m²|
|3 ||Apartments ||1 room & kitchen ||Aprox SEK 7,100/month ||52 m²|
|13 ||Apartments ||2 rooms & kitchen ||Aprox SEK 6,500–7,800/month ||52–61 m²|
|9 ||Apartments ||3 rooms & kitchen ||Aprox SEK 10,100–10,300/month ||83–94 m²|
|Electricity is not included in the rent.|
|The required number of days on the waiting list (average 01/01/2012 to 31/12/2012)|
|Studio ||No apartment was allocated |
2011. The average for 2009 was 1407 days.
|Apartment, 1 room & kitchen ||1862 days. ||Min: 1634 ||Max: 2281|
|Apartment, 2 rooms & kitchen ||1858 days ||Min: 1773 ||Max: 2002|
|Apartment, 3 rooms & kitchen ||2409 days ||Min: 1782 ||Max: 2955|