Watrium-owned Oslo Atrium signed KPMG as the main tenant from 2025 onwards.
Oslo Atrium is located in Bjørvika in Oslo city centre and is part of the so-called “Barcode” row of high-rise buildings.
KPMG has been located at Majorstuen in Oslo for close to 20 years.
“We have conducted a long and thorough process and are very pleased with the choice we finally landed on,” says KPMG Norway’s managing director Lars Inge Pettersen. “We have been particularly occupied with finding a sustainable and future-oriented building with flexibility for future growth and with top notch technical and design solutions that support collaboration across several modern meeting rooms, large communal areas, conference centre and catering options.
The auditing and consulting giant will lease three floors at Oslo Atrium, which will also undergo a complete refurbishment and upgrade by the estimated takeover date in May/June 2025.
“KPMG is a company and brand that will help increase the attractiveness of the building and the Bjørvika area. Further, we are pleased to enter into a collaboration with a company that shares the visions Watrium has for the new and revitalised Oslo Atrium,” says Watrium’s Anders Christian Wilhelmsen.
Watrium was assisted by Akershus Eiendom AS, Advokatfirmaet Thommessen, Eiendomshuset Malling & Co, Metropolis Arkitektur & Design As and NIELSTORP+ Arkitekter AS in the transaction and in the continued project.