Facts about Oslo City
Oslo City received the award "Golden Idea of the Year - Web" for the homepage
at the conference arranged by Nordic Council of Shopping Centers in october 2008.
Oslo City is very well-known in Norway and no other shopping centre has so many visitors. In 2008 over 12 million people visited Oslo City.
In 2008, Oslo City had a turnover of nearly 1, 8 billion NKR. Compared with other shopping centres in Norway, the centre has the highest turnover per square metre.
Oslo City received the Norwegian Design Council's "Award for Design Excellence" in 2004.
Oslo City was voted "Best Shopping Centre of the Year" in October 2003 and won the Norwegian Shopping Centre Association's "Best Shopping Centre Advertising Campaign" in October 2004.
Oslo City is a popular shopping centre in Oslo, especially for inhabitants from Oslo and Akershus.
Oslo City is a very popular location for the media and locatoin for tv- and filmproduction-companies.
Oslo City has six information-terminals where the public can search for information about the shopping centre and order gift-vouchers.
Oslo City was the first shopping centre in Norway to introduce extranet, an IT-system where all staff can search for centre information and also sign up for events. Information on turnover and customer figures is also available for the shops via extranet.
Oslo City was built in 1988 and was Norway's largest detached building before the Telenor building was built at Fornebu. In 2008 the centre celebrated its twentieth anniversary.
The centre has 450 indoor parking spaces and is situated in the heart of Oslo's major public transportation junction.
On 11 November 2005, Oslo City expanded the centre with an additional 3.100 on the fourth floor together with a new construction, the "Egg", in the centre's atrium. Clas Ohlson and Norway's largest Hennes&Mauritz were two of the stores which moved in. A large media wall is installed in the "Egg" to be used for media events, such as the football world cup and as a marketing channel.
In 2006 a large LED-screen was installed above the outside main entrance. This is part of a multimedia experience offered to consumers, consisting of one outside and two inside screens.
Oslo City is owned by DNB Livsforsikring ASA and covers an area of 79.791 square metres. The shopping centre part represents 19.430 m2 and 26.620 m2 included the common area. The centre has 90 shops and places to eat.
Oslo's city centre is in a period of rapid growth. Oslo City is next to the central railway station, where the Airport Express Train arrives from Oslo Airport Gardermoen. Just a block away, you'll find the opera building which opened in spring 2007.
Norway's largest traffic interchange will make way for apartments and business premises Bjørvika when it is moved under the Oslo fjord and through Oslo's surrounding hills.
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