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  • 2016

    SCANDINAVIAS LEADING SHOPPING CENTRE GROUP

    - Part of the Olav Thon Group

  • OLAV THONOlav Thon is the CEO and founder of the

    Olav Thon Group, and has since the 1940s

    operated a comprehensive business. Today

    the Olav Thon Group is Norways leading

    operator in the property and hotel business.

    The Olav Thon Foundation was established

    in December 2013, and all shares in Olav

    Thon Gruppen AS were gifted by Olav Thon

    to the foundation. Thon holds a number of

    directorships connected to the Olav Thon

    Group, and is also the Chairman of the Olav

    Thon Foundation. Z

  • THON EIENDOM

    NORWAYS LEADING PROPERTY COMPANYThon Eiendom is the property division of the Olav Thon Group. The Groups property business covers approximately 500 proper-ties in Norway and abroad, with a total rental value of approximately NOK 4.6 billion. 65 % of rental revenue is raised from commercial premises, including several of Norways largest shopping centres.

    Thon Eiendom is Norways biggest shopping centre operator, with 97 centres stretching from Svalbard in the north to Mandal in the south, as well as 12 centres in Sweden. Of these, 79 are wholly or partially owned shopping centres, and 29 are managed on behalf of external owners. Parts of the shopping centre portfolio are marketed and managed under the same brand name: Amfi.

    97 shopping centres in Norway 12 shopping centres in Sweden NOK 62.5 billion store revenues in Norway SEK 11.2 billion store revenues in Sweden 200 million visitors annually 6 000 tenants 8 out Norways 10 largest shopping centresZ

    3Latest update February 2016

  • 4

    NORWAY

    overview of shopping centres

  • 5

    NORWAY

    NORWAYpage 16-32

    1 amfi Alta2 amfi Arendal3 amfi Asky 4 amfi Bertheus 5 amfi Bjrkelangen Torg 6 amfi Borg7 amfi Brotorvet8 amfi Drbak City 9 amfi Eidsvoll 10 amfi Eikunda11 amfi Elverum 12 amfi Eurosenteret 13 amfi Farsund 14 amfi Fauske 15 amfi Finnsnes 16 amfi Flekkefjord17 amfi Flor 18 amfi Futura 19 amfi Frde20 amfi Geilo 21 amfi Havnesenteret 22 amfi Kanebogen 23 amfi Kirkenes 24 amfi Krager 25 amfi Larvik 26 amfi Madla27 amfi Mandal 28 amfi Mo i Rana 29 amfi Moa 30 amfi Moss 31 amfi Namsos32 amfi Narvik 33 amfi Nesttun34 amfi Nrb35 amfi Orkanger36 amfi Os37 amfi Otta

    38 amfi Pyramiden 39 amfi Raufoss 40 amfi Roseby41 amfi Sogningen42 amfi Steinkjer 43 amfi Stord 44 amfi Storkaia Brygge45 amfi Sunndal46 amfi Surnadal47 amfi Svolvr48 amfi Tynset 49 amfi Ulsteinvik50 amfi Valdres 51 amfi Verdal 52 amfi Voss53 amfi Vgen54 amfi Vgsbygd55 amfi rsta56 amfi krehamn57 amfi lgrd58 amfi rnes 59 Arkaden Shopping60 Bergen Storsenter61 Bjrneparken kjpesenter 62 Bmlo Storsenter63 Dombs Senter 64 Grnland basar 65 Gunerius 66 Harebakken 67 Jessheim Storsenter 68 Jrhagen69 Kvadrat70 Lagunen Storsenter71 Leia Senteret 72 Lompensenteret, Svalbard73 Malvik Senter74 Moengrden75 Molde Storsenter76 Moldetorget77 Mosseporten 78 Namsos Storsenter79 Narvik Storsenter80 Oasen Storsenter81 Romerikssenteret 82 Rygge Storsenter83 Sandens84 Sandvika Storsenter85 Sartor Storsenter86 Senter Syd Mortensrud

    87 Ski Storsenter 88 Storo Storsenter 89 Strmmen Storsenter90 Sdorptunet 91 Srlandssenteret92 Triaden Lrenskog Storsenter 93 Ullevaal 94 Vestkanten Storsenter95 sters Senter 96 stfoldhallene 97 sane Stormarked

    SWEDENpage 34-371 Charlottenbergs Shoppingcenter2 Tcksfors Shoppingcenter3 Nordby Shoppingcenter4 Sollentuna Centrum5 Mirum Galleria6 Mitt i City7 Etage8 Familia9 Lngflon Kjpesenter10 Entr/Malm Plaza11 COOP Torp12 COOP verby

  • Sandvika Storsenter

    6

    Sandvika Storsenter is located in Sandvika in Brum, and is a regional centre for the population in the municipalities west of Oslo. The shopping centre is strategically positioned at a traffic interchange, and has approximately 7 million visitors annually. This is Norways biggest shopping centre in terms of sales, and is home to some of the countrys most affluent consumers in their primary market. The centre is Norways best for fashion/textiles, with wide coverage of the most popular concepts available today. In 2010, it was named Norways shopping centre of the year and best shopping centre in the Nordic region.

    THOMAS.RONNING@THONEIENDOM.NO

    Sandvika Storsenter is Norways largest shopping centre in terms of sales.

    19760 000 M2M2KK

    6,2 MILLIONVISITORS

    IN 2015

    3, 269 MILLIONIN SALES DURING

    2015

    STORES AND RESTAURANTS

    NORWAYS LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE

  • Lagunen Storsenter

    Lagunen Storsenter is located in Laguneparken in Bergen. In combination with the various establishments in Lagune- parken, the centre has developed into a popular shopping area for people in Bergen and Hordaland. 130,000 people visit the centre every week. The new Bergen Light Rail system opened in June 2013 and its terminus will be integrated into the centre. The necessary regula-tory work required to make significant expansions of the busi-ness and service offerings at the centre has been set in motion. There are few shopping centres that can match the diversity and breadth offered by Lagunen. With over 50 fashion stores, the shopping centre is the biggest fashion house in the Bergen region. Lagunen is Norways second largest shopping centre in terms of sales. The centre was named as Bergens best shopping centre in 2010, 2011, and 2012.

    KNUT@LAGUNEN.NO

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    Sandvika Storsenter

    Lagunen Storsenter is Bergen's largest

    shopping centre.

    13450 000 M2 NORWAYS SECOND

    LARGEST SHOPPING CENTRE

    M2KK5 122 458VISITORS

    IN 2015

    3 131 MILLIONIN SALES DURING

    2015

    STORES AND RESTAURANTS

  • AMFI Moa

    8

    AMFI Moa in Spjelkavik outside of lesund is Norways fourth largest shopping centre covering an area of 100,000 sqm and housing 170 stores. The shopping centre comprises three build-ings: Moa North, Moa East, and Moa South, of which North and South are connected by a footbridge.

    AMFI Moa discovered the value of expanding and exploiting the potential of an efficient customer club early on. With more than 36,000 members (2/3 of the population of lesund), Moa is a leader in this field in Norway. The centre also has around 26,000 followers on Facebook and uses social media to commu-nicate with its customers.

    AMFI Moa has significant plans for refurbishment and expan-sion, including a new footbridge that will connect Moa East with the rest of the buildings.

    ANNE.NERBOEVIK@AMFI.NO

    1706,5 MILLION

    VISITORSIN 2015

    2 778 MILLIONIN SALES DURING

    2015

    69 000 M2 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

    NORWAYS FOURTH LARGEST

    SHOPPING CENTRE

    KK M2

    Amfi Moa, outside of lesund, is Norways fourth largest shopping centre.

  • 9

    Kvadrat

    162KK M2

    9

    AMFI Moa

    Kvadrat is located in Sandnes and is one of Norways largest shopping centres in terms of both sales and area. The centre opened in 1984 and has been expanded and updated multiple times - the most recent expansion was in 2015.

    Kvadrat has established a strong position extending far beyond the immediate area around Sandnes/Sola/Stavanger. There are 162 stores spread across multiple sectors, however clothing/shoes/fashion is the largest individual industry represented with around 70 stores. Kvadrat differs somewhat from its competitors, as its customers are more interested in new products, ranges, and brands rather than offers.

    In 2015 the centre will be expanded to provide 5000 sqm of new commercial space while the facade will also be renovated and the 15,000 sqm of retail space upgraded.

    GRO.BEATHE.BOE@AMFI.NO

    4 MILLIONVISITORS

    IN 2015

    2 301 MILLIONIN SALES DURING

    2015

    47 600 M2 STORES AND RESTAURANTS

    NORWAYS SIXTH LARGEST

    SHOPPING CENTRE

    Kvadrat is located in Sandnes, just outside of Norways oil capi-tal Stavanger.

  • AMFI Steinkjer

    89KK M2

    10

    AMFI Steinkjer is the largest shopping centre in Nord-Trndelag county, and is currently experiencing positive growth with regard to turnover.

    AMFI Steinkjer is a regional centre and has established a strong position in its market area (Nord-Trndelag county). The centre is situated alongside the E6, just a 5 minute walk from Steinkjer town centre and railway station. The former neighbouring shop-ping centres of Globus and Zebra were combined, expanded and re-opened as AMFI Steinkjer in 2009. It is the only shopping centre in Steinkjer.

    The centre has a comprehensive selection of stores and has established itself as an important meeting place with very loyal customers, in both the primary and secondary markets.

    AAGE.LILLEBERG@AMFI.NO

    37 000 M2

    AMFI Steinkjer is the largest shopping centre in Nord-Trndelag county.

    2,7 MILLIONVISITORS

    IN 2015

    1 378 MILLIONIN SALES DURING

    2015

    STORES AND RESTAURANTS

    STEINKJERS MEETING PLACE

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    Strmmen Storsenter

    200KK M2

    11

    Strmmen Storsenter is strategically located between Oslo and Oslo Airport, and is in close proximity to public transportation. The centre has been expanded multiple times, most recently in 2012 with the opening of 85 new stores. With a total of 200 stores, Strmmen Storsenter is the largest shopping centre in Norway in terms of number of tenants, and Norways third larg-est in terms of sales.

    The centre was named Shopping Centre of the Year in Norway 2015, and has won the Norways Best Centre Campaign four times. Strmmen Storsenter has a broad mix of stores comprising both Norwegian and international chains, as well as local niche stores. It is the regions leading fashion house with a wide range of st