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Egilshöll

Egilshöll is Iceland's grandest sports and recreation centre.  It has, among other things, Iceland's most popular cinema, a bowling hall with adjacent restaurants, indoor football fields, a complete skating rink, a gym and a shooting range.  Outside are numerous fields with artificial grass and all around are outstanding areas for outdoor activities.  Egilshöll is 30,696.0 m2.


smaralind

Smáralind

Smáralind is a shopping centre in Kópavogur, the largest in Iceland, housing over 80 stores, restaurants, entertainment facilities and other services.  Various shops and services can be found in  Smáralind such as supermarkets, department stores, speciality stores, a cinema, pharmacy, wine and liquor store, candy stores, restaurants, an amusement park and many other attractions. Smáralind was opened on 10 October 2001

KEA-LANDSKAPE

Hafnarstræti 83-89

Hotel Kea is located in the heart of Akureyri,  and has been welcoming guests since 1944 with the high standards of elegance, quality, service and comfort which would be expected of one of Iceland's well-established hotels. The hotel offers halls for meetings and conferences, bars and restaurant.
Comfort, rest and relaxation come easily in all of the 104 bedrooms.

Borgartún 33

Borgartún 33

Borgartún 33 was built in 1968 e.g. The Icelandic Automobile Association and Ásbjörn Ólafsson wholesaler. The house is a four storey plus bacement and was rebuilt in 2012. The house now holds a bank and offices.


About Regin

Reginn hf. is a facilities management company that invests in, leases out and operates commercial property in Iceland. The property portfolio of Reginn includes 53 properties with a total area of 223 thousand square meters. The portfolio lease out rate is 96% based on revenue earnings. Its largest properties are the Smáralind shopping centre in Kópavogur and the sports centre Egilshöll in Grafarvogur. Reginn was listed for the Iceland Stock Exchange (NASDAQ OMX Iceland) in July 2012.

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