The Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property sold properties worth more than 2 billion kroner last year

Harald Nikolaisen - StatsbyggPhoto: Berit Roald / NTB
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On behalf of the state, the Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property (Statsbygg) sold properties worth more than NOK 2 billion in 2021. In the capital, properties were sold for NOK 1.69 billion.

“When the state no longer needs a property, it is generally sold in the market,” Statsbygg chief Harald Vaagaasar Nikolaisen stated.

In May last year, St. Olavs gate 32 by Slottsparken was sold for NOK 345 million. The property has a total of 5,000 square meters over four floors spread over two buildings.

At the same time, the Oslo City Council decided to buy around three-quarters of the 65-acre property at Adamstuen. The sale provided the state with an income of NOK 1.35 billion.

In 2021, Statsbygg also sold properties to Nordre Vestfold prison in Hof, the Bruvoll property, which belonged to Hedmark prison, and the Kleivgrend, Parkveien 6, and Håvet properties which belonged to Arendal prison. None of these properties were used as a prison anymore, and the properties were not of interest for other government activities. The sales brought in a total of NOK 25.6 million.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayFinance

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