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245-metre tower with housing on floors 5–73. Viewpoint and sky bar on floor 69. Hotel in adjacent building.

Office property on 7 floors with a rooftop playground belonging to the preschool in Auriga. Ground floor will have shops and restaurants.

Mixed-use property; the highest area will be 17 floors tall, with approximately 110 homes, five floors of offices, and shops and restaurants on the ground floor.

Housing on 27 floors with shops and restaurants on the ground floor.

43-floor tower. Housing and possibly offices, as well as shops and restaurants on the ground floor.

12-floor property with housing, as well as shops and restaurants on the ground floor. Probably a grocery store as well. In 2015, the Robert Dickson Foundation bought some of the development rights.

36-floor tower with 30 floors of housing. Auriga is one of the larger buildings, with a cultural centre, preschool, office spaces, and shops and restaurants on the ground floor. In 2015, the Robert Dickson Foundation bought some of the development rights.

Mixed-use block with housing on 17 floors, and probably housing for the elderly, a high school, housing with special service, and a medical centre. Development rights were sold to Hemsö in 2015.

Market hall with public rooftop garden.