The Citycenter retail and office centre is located in the heart of Helsinki, in one of the most famous buildings of the city. Citycenter, also known as the Sausage Building, underwent considerable renovations in 2013.
The building is located between the Helsinki main railway station and the Stockmann department store along the best transport connections of the city. Vehicles and bikes can be safely left in the parking garage and bicycle parking area for the duration of the workday. Pedestrian tunnels provide a convenient access to the railway station, intercity bus terminals in Kamppi and the Forum shopping centre. The wide variety of services in the city centre are within an easy reach.
The renewed Citycenter offers modern retail and office premises over a total of ten floors. With a broad range of operators, the modern shopping centre has everything from retail to health services, banks and various culinary delights.
The building, completed in 1967, was designed by architect Viljo Revell. The premises offer a open view to the Rautatientori square and towards Töölönlahti bay. The property was awarded the BREEAM environmental certificate.