SHOPPING CENTRES NORWAY
Bergen Storsenter is the largest shopping centre in central Bergen, Norway, with a turnover of 1,024 billion Norwegian krone in 2002. The first shopping centre on this location opened in 1988 and was called Bystasjonen. In 1999 Bergen Storsenter opened, at which point the number of stores had grown from c. 30 to 70.
Arken (shopping centre)
Arken is a shopping centre in the Bergen suburb of Åsane. The centre was opened in 1985 and by October 2006 includes 58 shops .
City Syd is one of the largest shopping centres in Norway, and the largest in Midt-Norge, with a turnover of NOK 1.7 billion in 2004. It lies in Tiller, about 10 km south of the center of Trondheim. City Syd opened in 1987 and was remodeled and expanded in 2000. It is now 38,000 m² and has 65 stores on three floors. It is owned by the Trondheim Cooperative, Trondos and Storebrand.
Gunerius Shoppingsenter is one of the largest shopping centres in central Oslo, Norway, with c. 18,000 visitors a day – 5,5 million a year. The first shopping centre on this location was opened in 1852 by Gunerius Pettersen. In 1992 it was significantly expanded, and it is now 9,500 m² with c. 30 stores on three floors. Gunerius Shoppingsenter is owned by Olav Thon.
Jessheim Storsenter is a shopping centre located in the center of Jessheim, Norway. The shopping centre was originally opened in 1968, under the name of Fakkelsenteret. The name roughly translates as 'torch-center' and the center had a sculpture of the Roman goddess Vesta holding a torch that originally was lit by a natural gas flame.
Kvadrat is the largest shopping mall in Norway. The mall is situated in Sandnes, near Stavanger in Norway. Kvadrat Storsenter was opened in 1984 and contains 160 stores divided in an 84 912 m² building.
Lagunen Storsenter is the largest shopping centre in Bergen, and was in 2002 the fifth largest in Norway, with a turnover of 1,408 billion Norwegian kroner. The shopping centre was opened in 1985. It has over 120 stores, on 60,000 m² of building space. Lagunen Storsenter is owned by Olav Thon.
Lørenskog Storsenter (often referred to by its original name Triaden, or Triaden Lørenskog Storsenter) is a shopping centre in Lørenskog, Norway. The shopping centre was opened in 1988, and in 2005 it had a turnover of 825 million Norwegian kroner. It has over 74 stores, on 27,000 m² of building space on three floors. Lørenskog Storsenter was bought by Olav Thon in 1992.
Oasen Storsenter is a shopping centre in Karmøy, Norway, near Haugesund. In 2005 it had a turnover of 543 million Norwegian kroner. It has 76 stores, on 32,000 m² of building space (17,000 m² of commercial space). In addition to this there are 28 services within health and well-being. Oasen Storsenter was bought by Olav Thon in 1998.
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Oslo City is one of the largest shopping centres in central Oslo, Norway, with a turnover of 1,444 billion Norwegian kroner in 2005. The shopping centre was built in 1988, and is visited by c. 50,000 people a day – 16 million a year. It has 16,000 m² of commercial space, with 93 stores on five floors.
Sandvika Storsenter is a Norwegian shopping centre in Sandvika, Bærum, just outside of Oslo. In 2002 it had a turnover of 1,544 billion Norwegian kroner, making it the third largest shopping centre in the country. It has 108 stores, on 29,000 m² distributed over four floors. Sandvika Storsenter is owned by Olav Thon.
Ski Storsenter is a shopping centre in Ski, in the county of Akershus, Norway. In 2002 it had a turnover of 1,186 billion Norwegian kroner. It opened in 1995, and has today 129 stores on three floors. Ski Storsenter is owned by Olav Thon.
Sørlandssenteret is the largest shopping centre in the southern Norwegian region of Sørlandet, with a turnover of 971 million Norwegian kroner in 2002. It lies 12 km east of Kristiansand, close to the popular Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park. Sørlandssenteret was built in 1987, and was remodeled and expanded in 1995. It is now 26,065 m² and holds 100 stores. In 2005 the centre had 3,6 million visitors.
Stormoa is the largest shopping mall in Ålesund, Norway. The mall was opened in 1972 but has been moved and rebuilt several times after the foundation. Stormoa is today one of the largest shopping malls in Norway with 110 stores and a turnover of 1,247 billion Norwegian krone.
Storo Storsenter is a shopping centre in Oslo, Norway. In 2002 it had a turnover of 1,092 billion Norwegian kroner. It has 61 stores, on 17,000 m² distributed over three floors. Storo Storsenter is owned by Olav Thon.
Strømmen Storsenter is a Norwegian shopping centre in Skedsmo, near Lillestrøm. It was opened in 1985, with 39 stores, and in 1990 it expanded by another 50. Today the shopping centre holds 118 different businesses. In 2002 it had a turnover of 2.012 billion Norwegian kroner, making it the second largest shopping centre in Norway. It is 35,000 m² (8,000 m² of commercial space) distributed over three floors. Strømmen Storsenter is owned by Olav Thon and built on the grounds of Strømmen Stål that closed in the 1970s.
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Bærums Verk, Shopping malls
At Bærums Verk there are 65 different shops and handicraft shops located in an old iron works from 1610, surrounded by pristine forests. You can find everything from applied art and handicraft exhibitions to book stores, fashion, food and drinks. Bærums Verk also has an iron works museum, which offers guided tours.
Roseby Shopping Mall, Shopping malls
one of the largest shopping mall in Norway.
Mercur Shopping Center
one of the largest shopping mall in Norway.
Shopping in Kristiansand
”Sørlandssenteret” – a shopping centre 12 kilometers east of Kristiansand includes 100 shops and free parking for 3,000 cars.Strolling along the streets in Lillesand is like wandering in a film. In summer the bustling street life in the narrow streets makes the discovery of small shops exciting. Here you will find a real ironmongers and a shop that has been crowned “Butchers of the Year” on several occasions.
Shopping Centre Tycoon
one of the largest shopping centre in Norway.
Solsiden Shopping Mall
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Strandtorget is a shopping mall located in Lillehammer, Norway. Because of its proximity to Lake Mjøsa, it became flooded in the summer of 1994. Since then, the owners have been taking steps to prevent such a catastrophe from happening again.