Kristiine Centre

Kristiine Centre (Estonian: Kristiine Keskus) is a shopping centre in Tallinn, Estonia. It's situated in Kristiine district's subdistrict of Lilleküla. Kristiine is one of the largest shopping centres in Estonia by the amount of shops. It has a gross leasable area of 53,000 m2 (570,000 sq ft) containing nearly 170 different shops (including 18 restaurants and cafés).

Kristiine Keskus
Kristiine Keskus logo
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Old part of Kristiine Centre
LocationKristiine, Tallinn, Estonia
Coordinates59°25′36.48″N 24°43′27.33″E / 59.4268000°N 24.7242583°E / 59.4268000; 24.7242583Coordinates: 59°25′36.48″N 24°43′27.33″E / 59.4268000°N 24.7242583°E / 59.4268000; 24.7242583
AddressEndla 45
Opening date28 May 1999[1]
OwnerCitycon Citycon Oyj
ArchitectGiovanni Bartoli
No. of stores and services170
Total retail floor area53,000 square metres (570,487 sq ft)
No. of floors3
Websitewww.kristiine.com/en

The shopping centre has three floors, with the shops and other commercial services on the ground and first floors. The third floor is reserved for parking. The biggest shops in the centre are Prisma, H&M, Marks and Spencer, Euronics, and Apollo.

Kristiine Centre opened in 1999. At first, it was planned to be a 10,000 m2 (110,000 sq ft) shopping centre but a 21,000 m2 (230,000 sq ft) centre was built instead. The building cost 19,174 million euros. In 2002 the centre grew by 17,000 m2 (180,000 sq ft) (at first, the extension was planned to be a cinema). In 2010, a second extension was built, adding another 20,000 m2 (220,000 sq ft) to the centre's area.

Facts about the centreEdit

  • The centre has been visited by 73 million people during the past ten years.[citation needed]
  • According to Emor's last research, Kristiine Centre is the most popular shopping centre in Tallinn.
  • The centre's 10 years' sales is 683,855 billion Euros.
  • The centre's market value was approximately 89,476,300 Euros.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FOTOD | Kristiine Keskus tähistab 20. sünnipäeva: vaata pilte keskusest läbi aegade". Ärileht.

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