The property is considered an architectural icon, a building of 25,000 sq.m. that occupies an entire block of the Kvadraturen district. Kongens Gate 21 was designed by the renowned architects Magnus Poulsson and Arnstein Arneberg, who also designed Oslo City Hall. With its marble stairways and a fresco painting by Alf Rolfsen adorning the main public vestibule, the neo-Baroque building opened to acclaim in 1924 as Norway’s then largest office building. The property was extended in 1966 along more minimalist lines, typical of the style at the time.
Congratulations to Tristan Capital Partners, Vedal and Malling & Co as sellers, and Arctic Securities AS as buyer.
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Pareto Alternative Investments release the first Sustainability report
We are excited to release our first Sustainability report for 2022 for the fund manager Pareto Alternative Investments. The purpose of this sustainability report is to provide an overview of Pareto Alternative Investments environmental, social, and governance performance and initiatives. The report aims to communicate our commitment to sustainability, transparency, and responsible business practices to our stakeholders, including investors, employees, customers, suppliers, and the wider community.