Shopping centres Norway

Citycon is one of the leading shopping centre companies in Norway. Our shopping centres serve clients nationwide. We have a strong presence in the Oslo region, where population growth and purchasing power are at an excellent level.
Sarpsborg, Norway
Storbyen, in central Sarpsborg, is considered the regional centre for Østfold County, based on its size and versatile offering. Storbyen shopping centre has been experiencing sales growth and a great increase in the number of visitors, after being recently refurbished with an additional 2,000 m2 with many new restaurants and shops.
Stavanger, Norway
Kilden Senter is located in the Hillevåg district of Stavanger, a growing area of the city with exciting plans for the future.
Porsgrunn, Norway
Down Town is located in the heart of Porsgrunn. The centre has 70 shops with a wide selection of stores for the entire family, and 800 parking spaces and a bus station integrated to the shopping centre.
Drammen, Norway
Magasinet has a unique location at the heart of Drammen. With a varied and exciting mix of tenants, combined with a variety of cafés and places to eat, Magasinet Drammen has something for everyone.
Fredrikstad, Norway
Torvbyen is one of Østfold's largest shopping centres. It has more than 80 stores offering a wide array of shopping and services.
Drammen, Norway
Torget Vest is located in the centre of Drammen, and has more than 30 shops. The centre has several exciting tenants especially in fashion and house and home categories, as well as several dining options. The shopping centre has its own underground parking facility and is directly connected to a parking garage that also houses a liquor store.
Horten, Norway
Sjøsiden is located right in the centre of the city of Horten, boasting about 40 stores in two floors. Particularly due to its strong selection of shops in the fashion sector, the shopping centre has high customer loyalty.
Kongsvinger, Norway
Kongssenteret is located right in the centre of Kongsvinger, with more than 40 stores including a high-quality grocery store. In late 2016, Kongssenteret acquired a further 4,500 sq.m. of leasable area.
Trondheim, Norway
Tiller Torget opened its doors in 2004 and has helped to turn Trondheim’s Tiller area into a popular shopping district. Today the centre comprises about 20 shops and services, with an emphasis especially on house and home.
Oslo, Norway
Liertoppen is a centre with a strong position in the primary market. We have a wide range and a good mix of stores – strong anchor tenants in combination with everyday shopping, services and restaurants.
Stavanger, Norway
Stadionparken Butikksenter is connected to Stavanger’s Viking Stadium, in Hinna Park. The shop array covers all the daily needs, and the centre is easily accessible by car, train and bus.
Sarpsborg, Norway
Stopp Tune shopping centre is located in a popular commercial area at Tunejordet in Sarpsborg, close to Highway E6. It was opened in 1993 and is well-established in its catchment area.

Citycon shopping centres of Norway are  preferred shopping and leisure destinations of millions of visitors every month. Our Norway centres are located all across the country with a focus on larger cities. Norway is an interesting high-income growth market for retailers, restaurant companies, entertainment operators and other service providers. A key feature of our shopping centres in Norway is easy access to public transportation.

Norwegian shopping centres by Citycon undergo regular development activities. The goal is to fuel visitor interest and to provide new services and opportunities to our tenants. We work in close coordination with our tenants in selecting focus areas for centre development. Renovation and redesign activities occur regularly to keep  facilities fresh and inviting. In addition to serving our tenant base our centres also cater to clients looking to reach the public via popups or brand promotions.

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