Linstow prepares for further growth
Linstow has set high growth-targets for Norway, and has strengthened the organization accordingly within urban development, innovation, and health. The company recently hired two new property managers, Petter Langlo and Nina Sillibakken.27. April 2023
- Linstow has high growth ambitions. We already have several large development projects underway in and around Oslo and will use our financial strength and solid expertise to develop places where people want to live, work and sosialize, says Linstow CEO Per Mortensen.
Linstow works with major projects in Kvadraturen, Adamstuen, Galleri Oslo, Furuset, Lillestrøm, Nes and Larvik, among others.
Strengthens the team
Linstow has hired seven new employees over the past 24 months. The company has strengthened its team especially in the areas of urban development, innovation, and health. Recently, the company hired two new property managers.
Nina Sillibakken will be responsible for Linstow's Oslo portfolio She has extensive experience with property development from, among others, Norsk Butikkdrift, Skanska, Scandinavian Property Group and Omsorgsbygg Holding.
- I am looking forward to working with Oslo's most exciting urban development projects, the former Veterinary College at Adamstuen and Tollbugata/Akersgata in Kvadraturen, and the rest of the portfolio. Linstow's vision is to create unique places and experiences for tenants, visitors, and the city in general - and that is something I am passionate about, says Sillibakken.
Petter Langlo has been appointed property manager for Linstow Health. He has broad experience from similar positions in Newsec Basale, Forsvarsbygg and Fredensborg.
- I share Linstow's philosophy that real estate is about contributing positively to growth and development for the community, neighborhoods, and individuals. As property manager for Linstow Health, I look forward to contributing to shape tomorrow's health centres and facilitating health-promoting urban developments, says Langlo.
The need for innovation
Linstow has extensive experience in developing attractive properties, neighborhoods, and destinations. Among other things, they have played a key role in the development of communities such as Bjørvika and Aker Brygge, and they have established Norway's largest combined health centre at Lillestrøm.
- If we are to succeed in creating sustainable developments, we must collaborate more and in new ways. I am very happy to have Petter and Nina joining our team. Their expertise and network will bring important contributions to our new initiatives, says Mortensen.