Opera Quarter is one of the largest development projects in Oslo. From three floors below ground to the top of the buildings are innovative and forward-looking solutions that will help to make OperaKvarteret to a district for the future of Oslo.
The footbridge spanning from crossing Schweigaardsgate and Tøyenbekken over railroad tracks to Bjørvika, was opened on Saturday 9th April 2011. Now the old suburb Grønland and Bjørvika, Oslo’s newest neighborhood, are linked together.
Until now, Oslo has become a grey and boring city. It’s not easy to understand that Oslo is rich when you look at the buildings. Most of them are old and lacks design. But after the new Opera house opened, something has happened. The Bar code buildings are really nice, and there will come more!
Promo for the Opera Quarter:
Commercial for living in the new apartments in Bjørvika:
How will Bjørvika look like in 2020?
A presentation of the new Opera Quarter:
The construction in the Opera Quarter:
The first tapas restaurant has opened in the Opera Quarter:
The opening of “Stasjonsalmenningen” and the bridge between Grønland and Bjørvika:
And just beside of the Opera Quarter, there will be a water front apartment area, named Sørenga:
Bispevika is the next neighbourhood in Oslo that we really look forward to see! The construction starts in 2016, and Distrita will cover the development.