Moholt 50 | 50

Students could from mid-August move into brand new flats in the high-rise Moholt student village in Trondheim, the project which is Europe’s biggest solid wood project.

Moholt 50 | 50, which is the name the builder Studentsamskipnaden in Trondheim have selected is an extensive project. Overall we are talking about a development of about 23,000 square meters. It is about five student blocks each on nine floors and a total of 632 student apartments. Of these 364 moved in the first round, while the rest will be ready before the start of the semester next year.

Also, a three-storey kindergarten was built with a total area of 2300 square meters. The kindergarten, where 60 employees are getting ready to move in, will be Trondheim’s largest with ten departments and place for 171 children. It will be operated by SiT.
Under the ground there is a parking facility of 1000 square meters, and the whole area has 10 000 square meters of Commons.

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