R8 Property strengthens its property investment in Oslo

On historic grounds in the heart of the capital you find the magnificent Inkognito Park. This is the second major purchase R8 Property has made in the same area in a short time, with the aim of offering some of the most beautiful coworking premises in the country.

Inkognito Park is centrally located by Solli Plass, one of the city's most vibrant areas. R8 Property has purchased approximately 20 percent of the shares in the beautiful property, and is now the largest owner. In addition, the company has an option to buy the remaining shares within a period of three years.

The building of 3.33 square meter is from 1874 and has housed high officials including prime ministers. The building is now being upgraded to become one of the capital's most inviting coworking premises.

- We want to offer flexible and efficient office space, meeting rooms and other facilities, where tenants can enter into shorter or longer leases, says CEO of R8 Property, Emil Eriksrød.

(The illustrations show what the building can look like. The article continues below the illustrations.)

R8 Property owns 50 percent of Evolve Business Space, one of the largest players in coworking in Norway with 25 operational centers. Earlier this year, R8 Property and Evolve opened their first joint project in the venerable Henrik Ibsens gate 40-42, right by Slottsparken and in the same immediate area as Inkognito Park. It offers office space, meeting rooms, podcast rooms and a roof terrace in beautiful surroundings. Almost the entire Evolve center is already leased.

With a planned interior rehabilitation and upgrade, Inkognito Park will also be an inspiring and motivating workplace with social zones, bright areas and an airy atmosphere. The roof and facade have been recently rehabilitated, only the interior needs to be completely rehabilitated.

- This is a fantastic building. I think it's so beautiful. In addition, this is an incredibly exciting area, with major projects such as the development of the Sommerro hotel on Solli Plass and the full rehabilitation of the former American embassy, ​​concludes Emil Eriksrød.

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