The Tampere city centre is being developed as an attractive and dynamic supra-provincial centre and as the locomotive of the entire Tampere Region, while taking into account the historical value of the traditional historical buildings that are of part of the national cultural environment. Tampere actively develops its city centre as a living hub of diverse housing, commerce and specialised retail operation and a growing centre of know-how and data intensive businesses, culture and events. The city of Tampere is the calling card for the entire region.
Development targets aimed at creating new jobs and enhancing services in the city centre include the area surrounding Ratapihankatu, Tampere Central Arena, Tampere Deck, Station Centre and the Ratina area. The goal is to enliven the city structure around the railway and promote the city image while also adding to the pedestrian and cycling routes between the city centre and the east and west parts of the city. The role of Tampere Railway Station as a regional and national central station for various forms of traffic will be highlighted in the future.
The city plans for the areas of Ratina, around the railway station and the university and Santalahti have been partly confirmed and are partly underway, and a total of 200,000 m² of new office and business premises are included in the plans.
Businesses in the area include Anttila, Sokos, Stockmann, Koskikeskus, Market Hall, railway station, bus station, Tampere Hall, University of Tampere, Tullin Business Park, Technopolis Oy Yliopistonrinne, Sokos Hotel Ilves, Sokos Hotel Villa, Sokos Hotel Tammer, Scandic Tampere City, Scandic Station, Cumulus Koskikatu, Cumulus Rautatienkatu, Cumulus Hämeenpuisto, Omenahotelli Tampere I, Omenahotelli Tampere II, Holiday Club Tampere, Holiday Inn Tampere, Särkänniemi Adventure Park, Vapriikki Museum Centre, TTT Theatre, TT Theatre, Comedy Theatre, Musical Theatre Palatsi.
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