Citycon & Kista Galleria

explores the indoor city projects by citycon

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Citycon is a leading owner, manager and developer of urban, grocery-anchored shopping centers in the Nordic and Baltic regions, managing assets totaling EUR 4.7 billion and commanding a market capitalization of approximately EUR 2 billion. Citycon is the No. 1 shopping center owner in Finland and Estonia and among the market leaders in Norway and Sweden. Citycon has also established a foothold in Denmark.

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Citycon’s shopping centers

are located in urban crosspoints close to where customers live and work, and with direct access to public transport, healthcare and municipal services. Located in the heart of communities, Citycon’s shopping centers cater for the everyday needs of customers.

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Kista Galleria is one of Sweden’s largest and most successful shopping centers, boasting more than 19 million visitors annually. Kista Galleria enjoys a central location at the center of the business and residential transport hub, with a metro station and bus terminal in its immediate vicinity. Kista Galleria has a vast number of shops and restaurants, a cinema, bowling alley and go kart track, as well as a range of more public-oriented services including a childcare center, a healthcare center, a dentist, and much more.

Read more about Citycon and Kista Galleria here.

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Actions in Urban ICT Arena

Citycon’s contribution to the arena consists of making one of Sweden’s largest indoor cities, Kista Galleria, available for use as a testbed for groundbreaking ideas, thus facilitating the development of 5G and the connection of fiber, WiFi and other wireless networks. Kista Galleria’s aim is to explore how this will work in an indoor city and pioneer new technological solutions for retail businesses and property management. This collaboration enables the most innovative companies in ICT cluster Kista Science City to develop new digital solutions together with Kista Galleria.

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Article written by Petra Dalunde