City Lade in Trondheim re-opened today.
The centre has now grown to be the largest in the region with several Coop-concepts and a total of 100 stores.
Coop-affiliated Trondos opened Mid-Norway’s largest shopping center opens in Trondheim today.
The large market was originally opened in 1968 and after 36 years as the country’s largest hypermarket, in 2004, Trondos gathered all concepts in the shopping center City Lade.
The new development started in 2012 with a first phase completed in August 2013.
The development has led to a 20 000 square meters expansion of the retail area. In total, the City Lade now has an area of approximately 78,000 square meters, which therefore makes it Central Norway’s largest shopping mall.
Today it has 100 stores and 1,000 parking spaces. Among the most appreciated store brands during today’s premiere were H&M Home and New Yorker.
The development has cost just under 500 million NOK. The center expects an annual turnover of just under 2 billion NOK.
On the links below you can see two films made by local paper Adresseavisen from City Lade.