In the neighborhood where we live there are many unused building floors, it would not be bad if they could be converted into housing, since it is less and less likely that businesses or offices will open.
he tastes for shopping in large areas and shopping centers means that the creation of new stores in low-income neighborhoods in new neighborhoods is no longer such a lucrative activity, in these times of crisis and pandemic, they make many work from home, Therefore, neither the commercial premises are enabled as offices or workplaces.
This means that in neighborhoods with an antiquity of up to 20-30 years, the premises at street level are mostly raw, unconditioned, with signs of being sold or rented, for years.
Take a look at what can be achieved if these spaces are converted into homes, here is a successful sample of a 48-square-meter low-rise in one of the most popular areas of Stockholm, in Birkastan, which is often called Little Paris. thanks to its charming atmosphere of trendy restaurants, brunch spots, cozy bars, and cafes, etc.
Sometimes natural lighting worries in these homes, no problem in this particular example, since there are windows on one side and the other of the almost open-plan home as a whole.
How are your neighborhoods, are they not occupied either?