"Wake up to a fresh sea breeze every morning and drink your coffee in the heart of Oslo's newest luxury living community, Tjuvholmen" The apartment is located on the newest part of Tjuvholmen, right at The Thief hotel. Here you will find 17 different dining places, ranging from haute cuisine to good burgers and baked goods. In this small town lies Astrup Fearnley, 7 of the city's best galleries and a sculpture park of international class.You will find the city's best spa, beach and a marina.
Tjuvholmen is a neighborhood in the borough Majorstuen in Oslo, Norway. It is located on a peninsula sticking out from Aker Brygge into the Oslofjord. It is located east of Filipstad and south of Vika. At the tip of the peninsula, next to the sculpture park, is an outdoor bathing area. The water leads out to the Inner Oslofjord.
The area was bought by the shipyard Akers Mekaniske Verksted in the mid 19th century, who planned to build a drydock there. Instead, it was bought by the municipality in 1914, and transferred to the port authority in 1919. They built docks and artificial land, increasing the area from 5 to 33 hectares (12 to 82 acres). From the 1960s, Fred. Olsen & Co. rented the docks, and from 1971 Nylands Mekaniske Verkstad had a shipyard on the spot. Since 1982, the area has been used for office space, terminals and warehouses. The Norwegian National Academy of Ballet was located there.
Since 2005, the area has been sold to private developers, who are conducting an urban renewal with housing. The area will have about 1,200 apartments by 2012. It is part of the Fjord City urban renewal program. This program has seen the opening of several art galleries, amongst them the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art and the Gallery Haaken.Tjuvholmen skulpturpark, next to the museum, was created by Renzo Piano.
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从2018年6月01日 - 2018年8月31日起最少住宿1晚。