Published at: 2019-04-16 13:28 | Author: Robert McLean
Strict zoning guidelines for the ambitious brownfield scheme require at least 15% of the street level real estate to be devoted to F&B. Bispevika will hit 55%
Construction has begun on Bispevika, a brownfield project along Oslo’s waterfront that’s being developed by a combination of public and private capital and knowhow. It’s an ambitious continuation of Barcode, a series of new multi-purpose buildings featuring offices and flats on upper levels with a high proportion of F&B outlets on the ground level. Oslo’s authorities decided in the early 2000’s to support the scheme in connection with moving shipping and connected rail infrastructure out of the...

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