Kurland is centrally located to say the least, being opposite Adolf Fredrik Church and one block from the shopping street of Drottninggatan. Hötorget is just a couple of blocks away, with its market square, 14-screen cinema and a plethora of eateries and shops. If you take a walk in the opposite direction, you’ll come to the Stockholm School of Economics and Stockholm Public Library.
Kurland does not have its own house caretaker’s office. You can find your office at our housing area Forum.
Visiting and postal address: Körsbärsvägen 2, 114 23 Stockholm
Address: Holländargatan 21/Kammakargatan 36 A, 36B, 111 60 Stockholm
Metro station: Rådmansgatan
The building at Kammakargatan was constructed in 1859 and was renovated in 1991 when SSSB purchased it. The building at Holländargatan was inaugurated in 1991. It blends in very well with the surrounding buildings.
The student rooms are parts of a joint apartment where 4-6 rooms share kitchen, dining room and bathroom.
Tenants on Holländargatan 21B and Kammakargatan 36B 1001 – 1003 need to connect to their own electricity in the apartment.
The apartments at Holländargatan with apartment numbers ending withe -03 and -04 have balconies. At Kammakargatan there are no balconies.
Adaption for disability
No adaptations for disability.
Number of floors
Holländargatan has 6 floors and Kammakargatan 4. Elevators in both buildings.
Equipment in kitchens/kitchenettes
In apartments with kitchens there is a fridge/freezer and a stove with oven.
In the communal kitchens there are fridges/freezers and stoves with oven.
Broadband fee, heating and heating of water is included in the rent. Electricity is included in the rent for student rooms only. The buildings have district heating.