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.
Yrjönkatu 29 was completed in 1985 as part of the Forum shopping centre. Because of the differences in depth, the Yrjönkatu side in particular has plenty of efficient basement floors. The building hides behind it the Kukontori courtyard that has, in addition to retail space, a low café pavilion and an additional exhibition space for the adjacent Amos Anderson Art Museum.
Kamppi has become the second centre of central Helsinki. All roads lead to Kamppi, including the metro tunnels and railways. Many companies have established themselves in Kamppi in recent years. The neighbourhood offers a range of amenities within walking distance of several prime business and commercial venues.
- Good connections
- Central location
- Meeting place