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Smile, you just landed in a shopping centre!

And it surely brings a smile to anyone’s face to find out that you are in the heart of Helsinki. Shopping Centre Citycenter is conveniently located in the main public transport hub, opposite the Helsinki Central Railway Station.

We have over 70 shops, cafés and restaurants in a refurbished environment in the heart of Helsinki. Handle your everyday chores on the new-looking K1 floor, full of shops for your daily groceries. When you have a longer stay in mind, why not stop off at our 2nd floor to enjoy the trendiest restaurants of the city. We have all the favourites from the hip(ster) parts of the city, like Kallio, Sörnäinen and Punavuori among others. Takeaway is also okay, as we tend to say! Get to know our shops and restaurants here.

We have one more surprise up our sleeve! We’re not just a shopping centre. We also have lavish office space on the upper floors of Citycenter, with some of the most handsome scenery of Helsinki. Maybe Citycenter is on your way to work too? Or maybe you want to stop by in your freetime. Either way, it’s always easy to arrive at Citycenter. And, remember to smile when you stop by. See you soon at Citycenter!

Shopping Centre Citycenter, Helsinki

 

Opening hours

SHOPS AND SERVICES ARE OPEN IN MINIMUM:

MON – FRI  10:00 20:00 (restaurants from 11:00)
SAT  10:00 19:00 (restaurants from 11:00)
SUN  12:00 18:00  (restaurants from 12:00)

Business-specific opening hours can be viewed HERE.

CITYCENER COMMON AREAS:

MON – FRI  05.30 – 23.30
SAT  05.30 – 23.30
SUN  06.30 – 23.30

During public holidays, the opening hours of the common areas follow the operating schedules of public transport.

EXCEPTIONAL DAYS:

Spring 2021 – click here to open the list

  • FRI 25.6. Midsummer’s Eve*
  • SAT 26.6. Midsummer day *

 

* On the exceptional days marked with a star, most of  shops in Citycenter are closed, but cafes, restaurants, daily stores and grocery stores follow their own opening hours. View business-specific opening hours HERE.

Services


GUIDANCE
See all our shops, services, cafés and restaurants here. On-site at the shopping centre the Digital Info -screens with touch feature are at your service on every floor.


ATM

The ATM is situated on floor K1 at the restroom corridor next to Asematunneli entrance.


WC AND CHILD CARE

In Citycenter there are public restrooms located on two different floors: on the station level which is floor K1 and on floor 3, wich is the top floor of the shopping centre. A child care room and a restroom for disabled are located on the 3rd floor, and the doors open by ringing the doorbell. The restrooms have unobstructed access from all floors with elevators.


LOST & FOUNDS
In Citycenter all lost and found goods are handed over to security staff and held in the security control room. The valuables are taken to Suomen Löytötavarapalvelu on weekly basis, where one can enquire for lost goods.

Location and arrival

Shopping centre Citycenter is situated in the heart of Helsinki city center opposite to Central Railway Station, in the crossing of Kaivokatu and Keskuskatu. Citycenter is easily accessible with any public transportation from near and far. From Citycenter there’s an underground passage to subway, railway station, tram stops, Kamppi bus terminal and several parking facilities in Helsinki centrum.

ARRIVE BY BIKE
Opposite to Citycenter at the Central Railway Station there’s a bike parking and seasonally also a Helsinki City Bike -stop.

ARRIVE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Local public transportation schedules and routes: (HSL)
National train schedules and routes: VR
National bus travel: Matkahuolto

ARRIVE BY CAR
There are several parking options nearby Citycenter:

EuroPark P-Eliel. 490 parking spaces. Entrance from Asema-aukio or Töölönlahdenkatu.

Autoparkki P-WTC. Around 200 parking spaces. Entrance at the crossing of Kaivokatu and Keskuskatu.

Aimo Park Stockmann. 600 parking spaces which of 12 for electric cars. Entrance from Ruoholahdenkatu via tunnel or Mannerheimintie.

Contact

Shopping Centre Director
Mervi Jäntti
tel. +358 20 431 3286
mervi.jantti(at)sponda.fi

Marketing Manager
Annaliina Vekkeli
tel. +358 20 431 3230
annaliina.vekkeli(at)sponda.fi

Leasing Manager
Eeva Jacobsson
tel. + 358 20 431 3111
eeva.jacobsson(at)sponda.fi

Property Manager
Niko Juntunen
mob. +358 40 752 1070
niko.juntunen(at)colliers.com

Security
Securitas
tel. +358 40 632 4848

Promotion spots
Clear Channel
p. +358 207 312 058 (available at 9:00 – 15:00)
promootiot(at)clearchannel.fi

Shopping centre mail address:
Shopping Centre Citycenter
p. c/o Sponda Oy
PL 940, FI-00101 Helsinki

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History

Landmark since 1967

City-Center was a general plan designed by Viljo revell in 1958-1960. The plan included the entire block surrounded by Kaivokatu, Keskuskatu and Aleksanterinkatu. The purpose was to create an unified architectural and functional entity. After Revell’s death in 1965, Heikki Castrén continued the design work of City-Center. The plan was executed only at the corner of Kaivokatu and Keskuskatu, where there used to be a building called Skohan house, designed by Theodor Höijer. City-Center used to function as a parking facility, but today it’s a hybrid building with on of Finland’s busiest shopping centre and premium offices with extraordinary views to the city. You’ll definitely recognize today’s Citycenter from the iconic “sausage” that surrounds the building. It’s a landmark that Citycenter has carried with pride since 1967.

Photo: City-Center in 1970 from Keskuskatu. Photographer Eeva Rista. Source Helsinki City Museum.