Husförslaget was designed by the british stjärnarkitekten Norman foster's office and is similar to Apple's newly-built headquarters in Cupertino in the united states. After strong protests from, among others, the residents and this council decided the then newly appointed green & blue in the city Hall to stop the project in October of last year.
four years ago paid the us company 129 million for the lot and building where the restaurant TGI Fridays is today. The sellers were the Stockholm Chamber of commerce.
was teknikgiganten upset when they reached the of the news that they were not building a store on the site.
"It was absolutely not nice words, it was the nasty ones that I don't want to reproduce," says Björn Ljung (L), a member of the city planning committee, to Fastighetsvärlden.
the city of Stockholm have said that they would rather see a restaurant or cafes at the site, and has offered to buy back the plot from Apple. But the technology company wants in accordance with the Fastighetsvärlden sell back the leasehold and the building for a higher price than they bought it for.
write that it is about 179 million – 50 million more than what they bought it for.
the moderate party in Stockholm city denied no data on Apple's bid, but said that there is no discussion about the plot with Apple at the moment.
"There is no discussion, so there is no point to comment on the issue," says Edward Tovi, press secretary for the moderate party in Stockholm city.
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