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NORWAY’S LEADING COMPANY IN PROPERTY AND MANAGEMENT

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THE OLAV THON GROUP

NORWAY’S LEADING SHOPPING CENTER GROUP The Olav Thon Group owns and administers 97 shopping centres, with annual retail sales of around € 7.6 billion (2012). In addition, the Group owns a large number of retail stores and restaurants, mainly in the Oslo area. THE OLAV THON GROUP IN NUMBERS (2012) € 1 billion sales ■ € 500 million rental income ■ € 6.8 billion sales at shopping centres in Norway ■ € 800 million i sales at shopping centres in Sweden ■ 475 properties in Norway ■ 25 properties abroad ■ 3200 man-years ■ 6000 leases ■

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Here you will find clothes and shoes for every taste and budget. The street has a good mix of high-end stores and chains offering the latest trends and high fashion for all ages.

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HIGH STREET OSLO THE OLAV THON GROUP HAS 65,000 SQM OF RETAIL PREMISES IN OSLO AND CAN OFFER UNITS THAT CAN BE ADAPTED FOR YOUR CONCEPT

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OSLO CENTER Karl Johans gate in Oslo is a popular pedestrianised street where you will find both chain concepts and highend stores. In this street and the surrounding areas there are several larger and smaller shopping centres.

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OPERA AREA A new district called Bjørvika is currently under development in the east of Oslo. The area will benefit from 20,000 new jobs (primarily in finance), 5,000 new homes, and stores and restaurants. This is also where you will find Oslo’s new opera house, and in just a few years the new national library and the Munch Museum will also be completed. 5


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OSLO CITY 90 shops and places to eat; including: Starbucks, Oasis, KappAhl, Lindex, H&M, Esthetique.

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THE OLAV THON GROUP FOOTFALL OF HAS 30,000 SQM OF COMMERCIAL PREMISES IN OSLO’S STREET PARADE PER HOUR ON WEEKDAYS

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With 94 shopping centres, your concept can be all over Norway in a flash.

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Sandvika Storsenter Sandvika Storsenter is a regional centre for the population in the municipalities west of Oslo. The centre is strategically located at a transport hub, and the number of visitors in 2012 was 7 million. This is Norway’s largest shopping centre in terms of sales, and among the primary target audience are some of the country’s most affluent consumers. The centre is the best in the country for fashion/textiles and offers a great breadth and depth of the most popular concepts available today. In 2010 Sandvika Storsenter was named Norway’s shopping centre of the year and best shopping centre in the Nordic region.

KK 7 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

395 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 60,000 SQM

NORWAY’S SHOPPING CENTRE OF THE YEAR 2010

197 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

BEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN THE NORDIC REGION 2010

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Lagunen is located in Norway’s second largest city, Bergen.

Lagunen Storsenter Lagunen Storsenter is located in Laguneparken in the district of Fana in Bergen. It is the city’s largest shopping centre and Norway’s second largest in terms of sales. For the last three years the centre has won the award for the best shopping centre in Bergen. In combination with the various establishments in Laguneparken, the centre has developed into a popular shopping area for people in Bergen and Hordaland, as well as visitors and tourists. 130,000 people visit the centre every week. The new Bergen Light Rail system opened in June 2013 and its terminus is integrated into the centre. In 2002 Lagunen Storsenter completed a major expansion that provided 40 new tenants representing all kinds of sectors. Few shopping centres can match the diversity and breadth offered by Lagunen, and with over 50 fashion stores, the centre is decidedly the largest fashion house in the Bergen region.

KK 6 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

380 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 70,000 SQM

NORWAY’S SECOND LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN TERMS OF SALES

135 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

BEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN THE CITY (2010, 2011, 2012)

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Norway’s 3rd largest shopping centre is outside of Ålesund.

AMFI Moa AMFI Moa is located in Spjelkavik outside of Ålesund. With 100,000 sqm and 170 stores, this is indisputably the largest shopping centre in Central Norway and the 3rd largest in Norway. In 2012 it had 6 million visitors. The centre comprises the three buildings, Moa North, Moa East, and Moa South. North and South are currently connected by a footbridge. AMFI Moa discovered early the value of developing and exploiting the potential of an effective customer club, and with almost 30,000 members (2/3 of the population of Ålesund) it is almost certainly the centre that has made the most progress in this field in Norway. The centre also has around 20,000 followers on Facebook and uses social media to convey messages and communicate with its customers. AMFI Moa has extensive reconstruction and development plans, including a new footbridge to connect Moa East with the rest of the buildings.

KK 6 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

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313 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 100,000 SQM

3. LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN NORWAY

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Kvadrat is located in Sandnes, just outside of Norway’s oil capital, Stavanger.

Kvadrat Kvadrat is located in Sandnes and is one of Norway’s largest shopping centres in terms of both sales and area. The centre has been rebuilt and modernised several times since opening in 1984, and has built up a unique position that extends far beyond the immediate area of Sandnes/Sola/the Stavanger region. A particular area of strength for the centre is clothing and shoes: of 155 stores, 66 are within this sector. Kvadrat also differs somewhat from competing shopping centres because its clientèle is more focussed on new products, range, and branded goods, than on sale items. Kvadrat is in the process of an upgrade to its entrance that will provide 2,000 sqm of new retail space when completed in 2014. In addition, a refurbishment and expansion totalling 5,000 sqm on the centre’s north part is planned and should be completed in time for Christmas shopping in 2015.

KK 4,7 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

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300 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 62,000 SQM

RECIPIENT OF NUMEROUS MARKETING AWARDS

155 STORES AND RESTAURANTS


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ski storsenter Ski Storsenter is a commercial and cultural hub in Ski.

Ski Storsenter Ski Storsenter is located in the centre of Ski, just outside Oslo and adjacent to public transportation. The centre is visited by approximately 6 million people annually and is home to a wide spectrum of industries, from the exclusive to the affordable. In addition, there are also a large number of service facilities. Ski Storsenter is Norway’s fifth largest shopping centre. It has been nominated for and received several awards down the years, including the prize for Environmental Centre of the Year 2005. The centre has been expanded several times and is currently home to a hotel, multiplex cinema, library, and homes, as well as commercial premises. It is therefore part of a large activity centre for the area as a whole.

KK 6 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

263 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 45,000 SQM

NORWAY’S SHOPPING CENTRE OF THE YEAR 1997

145 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

ENVIRONMENTAL CENTRE OF THE YEAR 2003

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storo storsenter oslo Storo Storsenter, on the outskirts of Oslo, is the city’s leading shopping centre.

Storo Storsenter Storo Storsenter has an excellent location at a transportation hub in one of Oslo’s northern districts. The centre’s position as the city’s leading shopping centre was reinforced when it reopened after a major expansion in 2010. This provided the centre with a formidable growth in sales across all sectors, particularly in the service sector. With an exciting mix of stores and Oslo’s largest range of fashion, the centre pulls in customers from across the city and neighbouring communities. In 2012, Storo Storsenter was named the city’s best shopping centre and Norway’s shopping centre of the year. The centre was also nominated for best shopping centre in the city in 2013.

KK 4,1 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

256 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 56,000 SQM

NORWAY’S SHOPPING CENTRE OF THE YEAR 2012 BEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN THE CITY 2012

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130 STORES AND RESTAURANTS


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oslo Strømmen Storsenter opened in autumn 2012 and is the region’s leading fashion house.

Strømmen Storsenter Strømmen Storsenter is strategically located between Oslo and Oslo Airport, and is in close proximity to public transportation. The centre reopened in autumn 2012 with a total retail area of 65,000 sqm. With 203 stores, Strømmen Storsenter is Scandinavia’s largest shopping centre in terms of the number of tenants. The centre has a broad mix of stores comprising both Norwegian and international chains, as well as local niche stores. It is the region’s leading fashion house with a wide range of stores within the areas of clothing, shoes, and accessories.

KK 3,8 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

253 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 65,000 SQM

NORWAY’S BEST CENTRE CAMPAIGN IN 2012

203 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

NORWAY’S SHOPPING CENTRE OF THE YEAR 1999

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Sørlandssenteret, Norway’s largest shopping centre, is located outside Kristiansand.

Sørlandssenteret On 24th October 2013 Sørlandssenteret opened its third and final phase of construction and is therefore Norway’s largest shopping centre comprising 123,000 sqm and 195 stores. The centre is located in a large retail park accessed by car, close to the entrance to Kristiansand, and it is a regional centre. As a result of the latest expansion, Sørlandssenteret has almost doubled its provision of stores and now offers a range of flagship stores and new, exciting Norwegian and international chain concepts. Sørlandssenteret has 4.2 million visitors during 2012, but this figure is expected to increase significantly following completion.

KK 4,2 MILLION VISITORS A YEAR

206 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 123,000 SQM (INCLUDING PARKING)

NORWAY’S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE (IN TERMS OF AREA)

195 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

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nordby shoppingcenter (sweden) Nordby Shoppingcenter is located in Sweden, just across the border.

Nordby Shoppingcenter Nordby Shoppingcenter is located in Sweden, just across the national border between Norway and Sweden. In recent years, the centre has reinforced its position as a regional centre for residents from both sides of the border. In 2012, the centre set a sales record of four billion Swedish kroner, and is now the largest shopping centre in the Nordic region in terms of sales. In 2012 it had 6.7 million visitors. Nordby Shoppingcenter has been expanded several times and is currently undergoing further development. This will be completed in two stages, in 2014 and 2015. The total area after the expansion is completed will be 95,000 sqm, in addition to a retail park of approximately 50,000 sqm.

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503 MILLION TURNOVER

SQM 82,000 SQM

THE LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE IN THE NORDIC REGION IN TERMS OF SALES

105 STORES AND RESTAURANTS


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halvor østerli Property Manager

thomas rønning Property Director

jørgen sollie Property Manager

lise lind Property Director

simen brekke olsen Property Director

gry ingunn flataker Property Director

halvor.osterli@olavthon.no Mob. +47 926 97 688 Tel. +47 23 08 01 10

thomas.ronnig@olavthon.no Mob. +47 913 29 730 Tel. +47 23 08 01 22

jorgen.sollie@olavthon.no Mob. +47 970 81 680 Tel. +47 23 08 01 72

lise.lind@amfi.no Mob. +47 934 42 442

simen.brekke.olsen@amfi.no Mob. +47 915 11 378

gry.ingunn.flataker@olavthon.no Mob. +47 982 87 376 Tel. +47 23 08 01 26


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