Forenom opened 163 brand new residences for business travellers in Oslo

Nordic region’s leading serviced apartment company Forenom opened 163 fully furnished and serviced residences in the heart of Oslo. The first customers entered the location in the beginning of July.

Building attractive cities for businesses and organizations

The majority of Forenom’s guests in Norway are business travellers stationed in Oslo for an extended period. For over 20 years, Forenom has provided companies, organizations, students and tourists with the opportunity to live and experience Oslo the same way locals do.

‘’Located at Lakkegata 3, very close to the Oslo Central Station, this unique concept offers 163 fully furnished and serviced apartments for business travellers. With its downtown location and long-lasting Nordic design, this property is now our flagship in Norway’’, says Forenom CEO of Norway Ola Bjørnstad.

‘’We believe that the new Nordic-themed high-quality residences support Oslo as a destination which attracts and helps both local and international companies to expand their business in Norway. Our new location in Oslo is a place where companies’ employees can easily settle in and enjoy their professional and private life with all the facilities needed’’, adds Bjørnstad.

About new residences

• 163 fully furnished and serviced apartments
• 500 metres from the Central Station
• Designed by Studio Puisto Architects
• Every apartment is built around the kitchen, the heart of a Nordic home
• Top floor apartments have private balconies

About Forenom

For over 20 years, Forenom has provided companies, organizations, students and tourists with the opportunity to live and experience Oslo the same way locals do. With over 6500 fully furnished apartments in the Nordic countries, Forenom hosts over 100.000 guests every year. Forenom has 25 local offices in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, with a total of 450 employees. Forenom’s goal is to be the leading apartment provider in Northern Europe


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