The new Lippulaiva will have a total of 44,000 square metres of leasable area and over 100 different shops, cafés, restaurants and services. Lippulaiva will also function as a key public transport hub. A station of the second phase of the western metro extension and a commuter bus terminal will be located under the shopping centre.
Lippulaiva will become the flagship of local energy production. The largest geothermal heating and cooling facility for a commercial building in Europe is being built under the shopping centre, and it will generate carbon-free energy to meet almost the entire heating and cooling needs of the shopping centre.
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Pikkulaiva, a 10,000 sq.m. temporary shopping centre, located in the vicinity of Lippulaiva, will ensure that local residents have access to services for the duration of the construction work. The centre is fully leased.