Shopping centres Finland

Citycon is the largest operator of shopping centres in Finland. Our centres are concentrated in growing urban regions with a strong presence in the area around Greater Helsinki, the capital region.
Helsinki, Finland
Shopping centre Iso Omena is located in the strongly developing neighbourhood of Matinkylä, Espoo (Helsinki Metropolitan Area). Iso Omena’s catchment area is one of the fastest growing in Finland, with an exceptionally high average household income.
Helsinki, Finland
Myyrmanni is located in Myyrmäki, Vantaa (Helsinki Metropolitan Area), next to the busy Myyrmäki railway station. The shopping centre is home to a diverse selection of shops in fashion, health and beauty, interior decoration as well as restaurants, specialty shops and two large grocery stores.
Tampere, Finland
Koskikeskus is the most diverse shopping centre in Tampere. Located in the heart of the city, Koskikeskus is home to a wide range of specialty shops and services (approximately 80).
Helsinki, Finland
Lippulaiva is conveniently located at the heart of the rapidly growing Espoonlahti neighbourhood in Espoo (Helsinki Metropolitan Area). In addition to a good selection of everyday services, the shopping centre offers a number of specialty stores.
Lappeenranta, Finland
Shopping centre IsoKristiina is conveniently located in the heart of the city of Lappeenranta. It is an urban centre where people enjoy spending their free time. IsoKristiina’s extensive (re)development and expansion project was completed in the latter half of 2015.
Lahti, Finland
Shopping centre Trio is a popular meeting place in the heart of the city of Lahti and known for its strong collection of specialty shops.
Helsinki, Finland
Shopping centre Columbus in Vuosaari, Helsinki, has an excellent location in the centre of a public transport hub. Vuosaari metro station in particular guarantees high traffic volumes for the area.
Pori, Finland
Shopping centre IsoKarhu is conveniently located in the heart of Pori. Situated along a busy pedestrian street, IsoKarhu is an attractive and diverse centre for shopping and leisure in an urban environment.

Citycon shopping centres in Finland serve tens of millions of visitors per year. They are located in larger cities and in locations with good transport connections. Our Finnish shopping centres are strategically placed to benefit from growth in local population and purchasing power.

We develop our Finnish shopping centres actively to maintain and grow visitor interest and to provide new services and value to our tenants. Our centres are maintained actively and they regularly undergo renovation and redesign work. In addition to leasing of premises we offer options for effective popups and a wide variety of brand promotion activities.

In the operation of all our shopping centres in Finland, we strive to minimise the negative environmental impacts. Centres are developed according to Citycon's sustainability strategy.