We offer a range of high-quality housing in both cities, and we have chosen to concentrate our commercial properties on Gothenburg. We take environmental issues and society’s increasing need for security very seriously indeed and we are always looking for new opportunities to build, develop and work more sustainably.


We champion rental properties as a housing choice. They represent a flexible, worry-free housing choice for tenants, and they are important for the city. We are one of the largest private-sector landlords in Sweden with around 9,000 apartments in attractive locations in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Uppsala.

For us, responsible city development is just as much about developing existing buildings as it is about new construction.

— Hans Wallenstam, CEO Wallenstam AB


In Gothenburg, Wallenstam is one of the city’s major operators and developers of the local market. The customer structure is stable and our broad range of properties is concentrated to Gothenburg’s inner-city and nearby areas.

Business process

The basis for Wallenstam’s business operations is sustainable property administration. Wallenstam builds, buys and develops properties for people and businesses based on the requirements of its customers, the community and shareholders. The properties are built, developed and managed sustainably and profitably to generate growth in value. Profits are re-invested and used to develop the business further. Dividends provide shareholders a participation in earnings.

About us in brief

Number of properties: around 220 
Customers: around 9,000 households and 1,000 commercial tenants
Investment property value: SEK 46 billion
Market capitalization Dec 31, 2018: SEK 27 billion
Occupancy rate, lettable area: 99%
Lettable area: 1.2 million sq m
Number of apartments under construction: around 2,200
Number of wind turbines: 66
Number of employees: around 250
Markets: Stockholm, Gothenburg, Uppsala and Helsingborg
Founded in 1944

The Wallenstam share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Large Cap.

Vision Wallenstam shall be the natural choice of people and companies for housing and premises.
Business concept We develop and manage people’s homes and workplaces based on a high level of service and long-term sustainability in selected metropolitan areas.
Core values


Self-sufficient in renewable energy


Thanks to our 64 wind turbines from Jämtland in the north to Skåne in the south, we have been self-sufficient in renewable energy since 2013. Every month we produce more electricity than we and our tenants consume.