T1 shopping center, Ülemiste transport hub to be completed by fall 2018 ({{commentsTotal}})

Press conference on the T1 shopping center and Ülemiste transport hub.
Press conference on the T1 shopping center and Ülemiste transport hub. Source: (ERR)

The Ülemiste transport hub and T1 Mall of Tallinn being built along Peterburi Road will be completed by fall 2018, according to a recent press conference.

The transport hub will include Tallinn's Rail Baltic terminal, a tram line which continues on toward the airport via underground tunnel, a new bus station as well as a public square.

A Ferris wheel with a diameter of 45 meters, or nearly 150 feet, which will take riders 120 meters above sea level will be built on the roof of the mall with support from Enterprise Estonia.

In addition to retail space, the shopping center will also include a 7,000 square meter children's area which will include a science center and play area. Once completed, this will be the largest indoor family entertainment center in Estonia.

Editor: Aili Vahtla



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