Norway's Hub

The development of a new city district, in the form of Norway's largest, most important, and most innovative business park, is centrally located near Norway's largest traffic hub, Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) and Jessheim.

An emission-free district with an energy surplus

Oslo Airport City aims to become Norway's most environmentally friendly business area. By building an emission-free district with an energy surplus at Norway's primary traffic hub, OAC will be a uniquely sustainable area, both in a Norwegian and European context.

Permanent skilled workplaces

Increasing globalisation gives rise to a growing demand for workplaces, accommodation, congress venues, services, logistics and recreation in close proximity to state-of-the-art transportation connections – locally, nationally, and internationally.

1 million m2 of business area

OAC represents today's most important destination development in the form of a multicore hub expansion. Innovative, economically sustainable, and urban qualities become commercial magnets and regional ’growth drivers’ in a long-term commitment to collective-based infrastructure.

Oslo Airport City (OAC) is an urban property developer in charge of constructing approximately 1 million square meters of commercial space.

A commercial hub to be reckoned with, and an aerotropolis in the true meaning of the word. An aerotropolis is a metropolitan subregion, whose infrastructure, land use and economy are supported by the presence of an airport.

The commercial park will be of a sustainable nature with a dedicated sustainable strategy. It will also generate vast employment opportunities by creating over one million square meters of office spaces, commerce, recreation, hotels and conference halls.

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300 mill. Europeans can be reached within 2 hours of flying

20 min. to downtown Oslo by airport express train

5 min. by Airport Shuttle to OAC

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The 20th Century was about cities building airports. The 21st Century will be about airports building cities.

Dr. John D. Kasarda Professor of strategy and entrepreneurship
Kart over Gardermoen Næringspark

Oslo Airport is Norway's most important traffic hub, as well as being a significant focal point for the rest of Scandinavia.

Oslo Airport City will be Norway's largest and most significant commercial park with a preference for innovative solutions. The cluster of businesses and commercial operations based near the main transport hub of Oslo airport will attract both national and multinational corporations.

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