History

  • Today
    • Steen & Strøm has 18 shoppingcenters in Denmark, Norway and Sweden
  • 2014
    • Merger between Klépierre and Corio (57 shoppingcenters in the Netherlands, Germany, Turkey, France, Italy, Portugal and Spain). The merger resulted in Klépierre owing 179 shoppingcenters in 16 countries
  • 2012
    • The world’s largest real estate company Simon Property Group acquires a 28.7% stake in Klépierre and becomes main shareholder
  • 2008
    • Canica AS sold all it shares in Steen & Strøm ASA to French Klépierre and the Dutch Pension Fund APG
  • 2000
    • Sale of all the eastern European activities. Only focus on management of Scandinavian shoppingcenters
  • 1999
    • Steen & Strøm ASA expanded to Denmark, Sweden, Poland and the Czech Republic
    • In Sweden the expansion was realized through the acquisition of the shoppingcenter company Centrum Invest A/S
    • In Denmark the expansion was realized through the acquisition of Foras Ejendomme AS. At the same time Foras sold its shoppingcenter portfolio to Danica Pension whom Steen & Strøm entered a total management agreement with to manage all it shoppingcenters
    • Scandinavia’s leading owner and manager of shoppingcentres, with 42 shoppingcentres in Norway, Sweden and Denmark
  • 1997
    • Celebration of 200th anniversary
  • 1994
    • Establishment of Steen & Strøm Holding AS
  • 1991
    • Agora Drifts A/S took over management of Steen & Strøm Magasin (department store) and a further five shoppingcentres and three hotels
  • 1874
    • Steen & Strøm expanded to Norway’s first modern department store
  • 1797
    • Founding of Steen & Strøm in Norway
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