Hegdehaugsveien 23

Central premises in Bislet

Hegdehaugsveien 23
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Bislett is located in the St. Hanshaugen district in downtown Oslo, containing spots like Bislett Stadium and Bislet Bad. There are numerous cosy street cafés and restaurants here. Bislett is a commercial and residential area in the St. Hanshaugen district of Oslo.

Bislett was originally a field, Bisaalit, likely named after a tavern that was once situated there, with the name later being given to a spot by Pilestredet. It’s a traffic hub, with the city’s first roundabout. At Bislettløkka was Bislet Teglverk, which was purchased in 1898 to give the northwestern districts a playground and a place for sports. This was the beginning of the Bislett Idrettsplass sports hall, and after 1922, Bislett Stadium. Bislett Bad opened in 1920 with the city’s first swimming pool. In front of the building is Anders Svor’s sculpture Etter badet (“After the Bath”).

Bislett has large residential areas with apartment buildings from the 1870s-1890s and the 1920s-1930s. The area previously featured several industrial companies, such as Anker Batterifabrikk, Kristiania Brødfabrikk, Frydenlunds Bryggeri, and Conrad Langaards Tobakksfabrikk. The last two in particular gave the area its own scent, the Bislett smell, which was a mix of malt and tobacco. In the 1990s, the Frydenlunds factory complex and sections of Langaards were remodelled and put into use by the Oslo (and Akershus) University College.

Director of Living & Leisure
Pierre Puggaard
Managing director
Hege Brattlid
Camilla Lilledahl
Property management head
Fredrik Lekven Lien
Team lead @Alva
André Sannerhaugen
Property management head
Joachim Wolf Stensland
Christian Østby
Board chairperson
Carl Erik Krefting
  • Founder of Carucel, with over 30 years of experience as a real estate investor.

  • Before founding Carucel, Carl Erik Krefting was part of the founding of Søylen Eiendom.

  • Krefting has spent more than 20 years as a partner of the law firm Thommessen Krefting Greve Lund (Thommessen) and holds a cand.jur. from the University of Oslo (UiO)

Board member
Caroline Krefting
  • The head of real estate investment and development at Carucel since December 2016

  • Experience as Asset Management Officer at Steen & Strøm and Associate of both Deal Advisory and Audit at KPMG.

  • Krefting has a master’s degree in applied economics and finance and a bachelor’s degree in business management from the Copenhagen Business School

Board member
Kjersti Hobøl
  • Administrative director of the retail company Nille

  • Experience as board member of XXL, Aspelin Ramm, Byggmax and Elektroimportøren

  • Broad experience from a background in the boards of retail companies and many other leadership positions

Board member
Hans Petter Høegh
  • Finance director of Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Group and administrative director of KGJ Eiendom.

  • Wide-ranging board experience from real estate firms such as Søylen, Winta Eiendom, and BSA Berlin, as well as from investment companies such as Procerta AS.

  • Høegh has held multiple positions as finance director and holds a master’s degree in economics and administration from Université de Lausanne

Board member
John Giverholt
  • His experience includes the position of administrative director of Ferd, group director of DNB, and assistant finance director at Hydro

  • Wide-ranging board experience from organisations such as Kongsberg-Gruppen, Telenor, Scatec Solar, and Gjensidige

  • Giverholt has a bachelor’s degree in economics from University of Manchester and is a state-authorised auditor from the NHH Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)