A corner plot on the border between Dælenenga and Rodeløkka has over the last decades served as a parking lot, but has now been replaced by two new apartment buildings above commercial premises and a parking garage.
Large parts of the former industrial buildings on the lower part of Rodeløkka is history. Most of the old wooden buildings which we still find on the plateau in the southeast, are also gone. In recent years, several large builders have transformed the existing factory premises into new, exciting housing projects. Last out is Gamborgs Place – which constitutes the last undeveloped corner of a block in the neighborhood where all the streets are named after Nordic cities.
Photo and article at bygg.no.