Gränby Centre invests in a spectacular playground
”The new playground is designed as a miniature Uppsala,” says Daniel Kvant-Suber, business developer, Atrium Ljungberg.
In late May, Atrium Ljungberg inaugurates the new square in the northern part of the regional centre Gränby in Uppsala with a spectacular playground and several restaurants and outdoor cafes.
The playground will have a special design; an Uppsala in miniature.
“All famous landmarks as the castle, cathedral, Uppland Museum, Old Uppsala mounds, Fyrisån and the swan pond will be in the play-friendly size. The highest point will be the Uppsala Cathedral with a height of eleven meters. We wanted to create a city that is growing, as well as Uppsala and Gränby city is growing, says Daniel Kvant-Suber.
“Activity for children and young people is a key element in Gränby city. Earlier this year, opened play and adventure center Turbo and the new outdoor playground is yet another important brick in our ambition to create a sustainable urban environment with a focus on experience, inspiration and interaction. ”
The company’s vision for Gränby city is creating Uppsala’s second city center of trade, culture, restaurants, homes and workplaces in a dense block structure. In connection with the opening of the playground and the square will also three new restaurants and stores ÖoB and Arken Zoo.