- Lielahti Centre is a combination of public and private services.
- Within easy reach on foot or by bike, car or bus.
- Visible and central location at the heart of Lielahti next to Prismakeskus.
- The shopping centre completed in spring offers ready-made commercial premises.
Speciality stores and a large range of municipal services
Lielahti Centre is a shopping centre with a number of specialty stores, cafeterias and restaurants. Commercial premises are on two floors, with the top floor including municipal services, such as a library, healthcare centre, child health centre, and an adult day care and service centre. The service range of Lielahtikeskus is supplemented by the neighbouring Prismakeskus which offers more shops and services. Lielahtikeskus has 13,300 m2 of commercial and service space.
Available commercial premises
Check the available commercial premises in Lielahtikeskus here (PDF) and reserve a place for your own store. Available commercial premises are highlighted in green.
1st floor (Prismakeskus floor)
Fashion, clothing and accessories, household accessories, specialty stores:
- 25 m² (centre aisle), 29 m² (centre aisle), 105 m², 470 m², 475 m²
Small specialty stores and services:
- 31 m², 32 m², 33 m², 46 m², 48 m², 118 m² (separate entrance)
Easy to come and shop
Lielahti Centre is in a very central and visible location in the Lielahti commercial area. Lielahti Centre is neighbour to Prismakeskus, with which it offers shared parking spaces for up to 1,200 vehicles. The centre is within easy reach using public transportation; the closest bus stop is right next to the main entrance.
Lielahti centre offers services particularly to residents of western parts of Tampere
The impact zone has 70,000 inhabitants, most of whom live in detached houses. The varied commercial service range of Lielahti also attracts people from the entire Tampere region.
Centre with a BREEAM environmental certificate
Lielahti Centre has been built according to the Very Good level of the international BREEAM environmental certification system. The requirements set by BREEAM, the most common environmental certification system in Europe, guide the design of the shopping centre in ten different categories. Various evaluation criteria include the transportation distance of building materials, the surrounding infrastructure, accessibility using public transportation, energy efficiency, the use of chemicals and waste processing.