Oslo is the largest city in Norway. Served by two international airports, the city is known for it’s high quality of living standards, excellent connectivity and its status as the capital of the nation. For those seeking road and rail connections, Oslo sits in a strategic position at the heart of the nation’s transport infrastructure.
Notable employers here include Norsk Hydro, Nortua and Joh Johannsen, the nation’s largest grocery wholesaler. The tourist sector is also a major industry, contributing 4.2% to Norway’s national GDP and supporting a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants and hotels in the capital, which is the main entry point for most international tourists.
For those seeking a central location, our Oslo Kvadraturen centre is an ideal choice, with contemporary offices available close to the cities busiest shops and restaurants. As another option, those seeking proximity to the Maritime industry may prefer our Oslo Haakon VII Gate complex, which is a short walk from the Nationaltheatret Station in the Vika neighbourhood.
For those looking for additional services, our centres can also function as virtual offices, complete with call handling and mail forwarding from a central reception desk. Furthermore, we offer a wide range of co-working spaces in the wider area. This is an ideal solution for organisations seeking room for growth without the commitments of a traditional office lease.