The unique Forum Block complex consists of six properties. The buildings located in the most central location in Helsinki boast individual details and a sense of nobleness brought on by decades of cultural heritage.
The oldest of the Forum Block’s properties is Mannerheimintie 16/Yrjönkatu 23. Its side facing Mannerheimintie was completed in 1890. The cinema in the courtyard was completed in 1920s, and now the cinema premises have been turned into a night club and restaurant. The property’s side facing Yrjönkatu was completed in 1908 and represents the Danish-inspired Art Nouveau of the early 1900s.
Forum Block is one of the busiest thoroughfares in Helsinki. From there, you can reach other parts of the city centre, such as the central railway station and the Kamppi transit terminal, through an underground walkway. In the future, Forum will also have an entrance to the new commuter train line, City Rail Loop.