The opening of Boulebar Tryckeriet postponed

By on December 30, 2016

Boulebar moving inauguration of Tryckeriet from mid-January to September 2017. The building permit process and a comprehensive transformation of the old industrial premises in Liljeholmen has taken longer than expected.

Tryckeriet is the largest investment that Boulebar ever done. The project consists of a 1,300-square-foot industrial building that is converted to a Mediterranean park with boules courts, bars, DJs and French restaurant on two floors. The planned opening is now postponed from January to September 1, 2017.

Building permit process and the rebuilding has simply taken longer than expected, says Henrik Kruse, business developer and principal owner of Boulebar. Tryckeriet is an old industrial building with a lot of inherent charm that we care to keep. At the same time, we are implementing a major transformation of the premises together with the property owner Atrium Ljungberg. We are creating a Boulebar never before experienced, and it may take the time necessary.

In anticipation of the completion of Tryckeriet goes Boulebar far from idle. A great new Boulebar has just opened in Copenhagen and during the spring will be inaugurated Boulebar Örebro. By moving the start of Tryckeriet to the fall gets Boulebar also possible to focus even more on their summer places Rålambshov on Kungsholmen and Tanto at Södermalm.
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