• 165 Flats for one person
  • 42 Flats for couples
  • 20 Single rooms
  • Tram, Bus
  • Central

Grünerløkka Student House is a converted silo. You may have seen this characteristic round building with happy colours, located in the middle of Grünerløkka? The round shapes are a recurrent theme throughout the whole building, and several of the flats are actually round with specially designed furniture. Here you will have a unique and central home right in the heart of one of Oslo's most coveted areas.

The building has 2 lifts. We plan to replace these, one at a time , in 2020.

The tram from Grünerløkka takes you to the centre of Oslo in just a few mins. There are also several buses that pass through the area.

Grünerløkka Student House is a converted silo spread over 19 floors. The house has 227 student housing units, with options for those who want to live alone and for couples who want to live together.


Housing units

Grünerløkka is one of Oslo's most popular areas, in terms of both nightlife and shopping. Grünerløkka has plenty of cafés, restaurants and small speciality shops. The Grünerløkka area is known for its many parks, frequently used for picnics and relaxation during the summer months.

The student house's laundry is located on the 17th floor. Read about how to reserve a time slot and pay here.

Lockable bike rooms are located in the basement. Remember to mark your bike with a sticker available at the SiO Customer Service Centre.
Q-park is responsible for renting out parking spots for cars belonging to the student house. Read more about the regulations and how to obtain a parking spot here.

The housing units in the student house do not have their own storage rooms. Instead all units have are equipped with extra wardrobe space.

The fire alarm systems in the student village are connected directly to the Agency of Fire and Rescue Services. If you cause a false alarm, you will be charged for the fire brigade’s emergency cost. Read more about fire safety here.

The student house has automatic fuses and the fuse boxes for each room are located outside of each corridor door. For the flats, the fuse boxes are located inside the housing unit. You are responsible for changing the lightbulbs in your own housing unit. Please contact us via My page if the lightbulbs in the common areas burn out.