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Coordinates: 60°15′37″N 024°51′12″E / 60.26028°N 24.85333°E / 60.26028; 24.85333
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Myyrmanni Shopping Centre in August 2013
LocationMyyrmäki, Vantaa, Finland
Coordinates60°15′37″N 024°51′12″E / 60.26028°N 24.85333°E / 60.26028; 24.85333
Opening date1994
OwnerCitycon Oyj
No. of stores and services127
No. of anchor tenants2
Total retail floor area42,000 m2 (452,084 sq ft)
No. of floors3
Parking1,100 bays

Myyrmanni is a shopping center located at the Myyrmäki suburb of Vantaa, Finland.[1] The center was built in the early 1990s and it has over 90 stores and 1,100 parking spaces. The main tenants of the shopping center include S-market, Alko, Prisma, Lindex, Clas Ohlson, Tokmanni and Burger King.[2]

From the center of Helsinki Myyrmanni is best reached by bus 300 or by P-train to Myyrmäki Station located next to the mall.

Myyrmanni was the site of a bombing on October 11, 2002. 7 people were killed.[1]

Myyrmanni in February 2020

In 2010 the Mall attempted to improve the customer flow to the second floor as there were queues at the landscape lifts and the steel car lifts were ignored. Kone Lifts turned the elevators into a Hall of Fame for the 'Incredibles' comic strip characters. Making their Elevators more attractive to the public solved the people flow problem. This practical case of service design thinking is used in literature as an example of extending products into services.[3]


  1. ^ a b Lyall, Sarah (October 15, 2002). "Teenager Held In Bombing That Killed 7 At Finnish Mall". The New York Times Company. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  2. ^ "Liikkeet". Myyrmanni (in Finnish). Retrieved April 17, 2021.
  3. ^ Stickdorn, Marc; Schneider, Jakob (2011). This is Service Design Thinking (2015 ed.). Hoboken New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons. pp. 63–64. ISBN 9781118156308.

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