Kungshamra is a classic student area situated in Solna municipality, north of Stockholm, close to Ulriksdal Palace and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it. The land was a gift from Former King Gustav VI Adolf, which enabled the construction of more student housing in Stockholm.
The buildings have between two and four storeys and are grouped around small, leafy courtyards, giving a more familiar atmosphere within a larger area. In 2004, the Kungshamra campus was extended to include seven new buildings, constructed in a style in keeping with the area. The housing complex offers plenty of single rooms as well as accommodation in larger student apartments.
Close to Kungshamra you will find an outdoor swimming area, attractive paths for walking and cycling, and several food shops in Bergshamra Centrum shopping centre. Stockholm University is just one stop away on the metro, and if you continue for a few more stops on the same train you’ll get to the city centre.
Kungshamra has its own house caretakers' office, which shares a building with an attractive function room.
Clearance of PCB containing residual jointing on the façade at Kungshamra
Start in April/May 2013, we will remove PCB containing jointing on the facade on the houses 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. The work will be carried out throughout 2013.
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Preliminary schedule here »
During 2012 we removed PCB containing jointing on the façade on the houses 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 on Kungshamra. This is not completely finished, and additional work will be performed during 2013.
Preliminary schedule here »
|Address: Kungshamra 1–83, 170 70 Solna|
Metro stop: Bergshamra
Kungshamra was built in the mid 1960s.
Kungshamra 2, 3, 47, 48, 81, 82, 83 were built 2004-2005.
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|576 ||Student rooms ||Room in corridor ||Aprox SEK 2,700–3,200/month (incl electricity) * ||18–19 m²|
|471 ||Studios ||1 room w. kitchenette || |
Aprox SEK 3,700–3,900/month **
|8||Student apartments||2 rooms & kitchenette||Aprox SEK 3,700–4,900/month**||29–55m²|
|57||Student apartments||2 rooms & kitchen||Aprox SEK 5,800–7,200/month**||45–65m²|
|256 ||Student apartments ||3 rooms & kitchenette ||Aprox SEK 5,200–5,700/month (excl electricity) ||56–65 m²|
|2 ||Student apartment ||3 rooms & kitchen ||Aprox SEK 6,800–7,500/month (excl electricity) ||84–90 m²|
|* 10 months rent (June and July not charged)|
** Some of the apartments have individual electricity metering. Read more »
|The required number of days on the waiting list (average 01/01/2012 to 31/12/2012)|
|Student room ||624 days ||Min: 153 ||Max: 1385|
|Studio ||1072 days ||Min: 741 ||Max: 2194|
|Apartment, 2 rooms & kitchen ||1214 days ||Min: 1025 ||Max: 1658|
|Apartment, 2 rooms & kitchenette||1258 days||Min: 1209||Max: 1307|
|Apartment, 3 rooms & kitchenette ||1440 days ||Min: 1190 ||Max: 2366|
|Apartment, 3 rooms & kitchen ||No apartment was allocated |
2012. The average for 2010 was 1088 days.