Strategier för framtida utveckling av fastigheter. Ombyggnation Masthugget 11:13

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Type: Examensarbete för kandidatexamen
Bachelor Thesis
Title: Strategier för framtida utveckling av fastigheter. Ombyggnation Masthugget 11:13
Authors: Ekström, Patrik
Envall, Gabriel
Abstract: HSB Göteborg owns and manages the property Masthugget 11:13 also called the Corvette in Gothenburg. The Corvette contains mostly office space but also shops, homes and garages. HSB Göteborg utilizes approximately 5000 square meters to its headquarters but in December 2014 they will move operations to Johanneberg Science Park. The risk of an increased proportion of vacancies in combination with relatively low rents and other tenant terminations allows HSB to ask for a future plan for how the real estate should be developed in order to remain profitable. Through studies of the area, urban office prospects, property current status and legal and economic conditions have different potential types of businesses been evaluated. City Planning Office program proposal forms the basis for the analysis of future plans for the area. A building analysis was carried out where drawings were studied in combination with observations and information from HSB and its tenants. Literature studies and interviews with experts at HSB has been the basis of the technical condition survey. Suggestions, ideas and knowledge have been obtained through discussions and interviews with project supervisors and experts in the real estate industry. Based on the area and property conditions different businesses have been evaluated through analysis of how well they match HSB owner approach, public plans, market demand and the property's suitability. The analysis shows that the property is profitable at the present time but it’s important to apply property development to maintain strong profitability. Rents in the building are relatively low which allows for increased rents if HSB is committed to raising the standard of the premises. Energy efficiency can be significantly improved in the property which would provide lower operating costs while a better indoor environment can be created. Development of the area will provide improved opportunities for all businesses, but can also make the building feel outdated if not a renovation of rooms and facade is done in connection with this. Refurbishment to new businesses has been analyzed and housing is a suitable alternative. The great housing shortage in Gothenburg means that the risk of vacant homes is small, while steady returns are generated. Problems with large house depth and long distances between stairwells points out that more stairwells may be needed which increase the refurbishment cost. Another business that would fit into the property and the area are hotel / hostel but this alternative involves a very high risk for the property owner. A strategy for the rental of business premises should be created in which business clusters are used in order to increase the turnover-based rents and the property's attractiveness. Different types of community service have been evaluated but it requires direct contact and cooperation with the municipality and district administration to assess the opportunities fully. Associations, industry and logistics have been dismissed due to insufficient solvency and market potential. A total renovation requires current tenants to be moved and replaced which is very expensive. It may therefore be a better option to use the locals that is vacant when HSB move as evacuation for tenants and do refurbishment in stages or simply build on parts of the property. A sale of the property is an option if the owner HSB gets better returns by using the income from the sale of the property for residential development. To maximize the value of the property before a sale rents should be driven up and HSB premises rented out. A sale means HSB loses the opportunity to increased value that can be made if the area is developed positively in the future. The property can also be splitted where HSB maintains housing parts and sells the commercial premises, but this can create problems between the owners' responsibilities in the property.
Keywords: Samhällsbyggnadsteknik;Building Futures;Civil Engineering;Building Futures
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för arkitektur
Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Architecture
Collection:Examensarbeten för kandidatexamen // Bachelor Theses

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