Astri Group centers and markets

Astri Group is the largest developer of shopping centres in Estonia. Established in 1991, Astri Group includes Lõunakeskus in the university town of Tartu, Pärnu Centre in the summer resort town of Pärnu, Astri and Fama Centres in the border city of Narva, and the markets Keskturg and Balti Jaama Turg with the nearby Depoo area in Tallinn.

Green Astri generates electricity from the sun for Astri Group.


Astri Group centers and markets

Lõunakeskus is the largest shopping centre in Southern Estonia and a popular leisure destination for the whole family. The Centre houses more than 180 stores and service providers. Lõunakeskus is so much more than just a shopping centre with endless surprises for its visitors. Astri Arena and the ice rink are open all year round. Estonia’s largest indoor adventure park is suitable for beginners and experienced adventurers alike. Apollo Cinema with its six theatres is always showing something exciting, and there is always plenty to do at the MyFitness gym. Hotel Sophia offers a comfortable place to stay regardless of whether you are here on holiday or on business.

Pärnu Centre

Astri Group centers and markets

Pärnu Centre is a modern shopping centre, located right in the heart of the city. In addition to a wide selection of fashion and leisure goods the centre boasts the only multiplex cinema in Pärnu as well as a decent selection of eateries, and the grocery stores Selver and Taluturg.

Astri Centre

Astri Group centers and markets

Astri Centre in Narva, on the border of Europe and Russia, is the first, largest and most modern shopping and leisure centre in Ida-Viru County.
The building houses Apollo Cinema, a bowling alley and a planetarium. There is also an observation deck in the tower of Astri Centre with a lovely view of Narva. The centre features a number of well-known clothing stores such as Denim Dream, Cropp, H&M, Lindex and Monton.

Astri Centre was built in the late 1970s. The building itself has been repeatedly altered to keep up with changing trends and to cater to consumer needs and preferences.

Fama Centre

Astri Group centers and markets

Fama Centre has the widest selection of home and interior goods in Ida-Viru County. The centre has larger stores such as Home4You, Jysk and re-use store Sõbralt Sõbrale.

Fama is the name of one of Narva’s bastions. The Fama bastion (1690) was a business courtyard with indoor premises. It featured workshops, blacksmithing forges, stables, haylofts and prisons. The site was demolished to build a trade route to Europe. It is the only bastion that is no longer visible. A modern shopping complex now sits at its base. The initiators of the project proposed the slogan “Rebirth of history on the trade route”.

Balti Jaama Turg market

Astri Group centers and markets

Balti Jaama Turg is a unique universal market in Estonia where people can buy and sell food, manufactured goods, handicraft, antiques and much more. There are up to 300 different traders on the market depending on the season.

Trading takes place on three different levels and in the kiosks and stands outside the buildings. 

There is a supermarket and a gym on the underground floor of the market, and a large fish and meat hall along with a diverse street food area with almost 20 different eateries on the first floor. The second floor is dedicated mainly to Estonian design and handicrafts, clothes, household goods and antiques.

The mission of Balti Jaama Turg is to develop healthy and balanced eating, value clean and fresh ingredients, and show appreciation for the fine art of cooking.

Keskturg market

Astri Group centers and markets

Keskturg is located in the centre of Tallinn, which makes perfect sense given that the literal translation of the market is Central Market.

Keskturg has been delighting the good people of Tallinn with its range of goods since 1947. It features a large and recognisable meat hall with the most comprehensive and fresh meat selection in the entire city. Endless fresh vegetable and berry stalls. Fish of all sizes and unique handicrafts from Estonia and elsewhere. Memorable purchases guaranteed!

About Astri Group

We have over 30 years of experience in the development of trading environments and the provision of lease and maintenance services. As our first development, we opened Lõunakeskus in 2001, which we have developed over the years into the biggest retail park in Southern Estonia. The whole group is based solely on Estonian capital.

We consider ourselves people who think alike; we are motivated by similar values and launch exciting projects that enrich community life. Our aim is to create new attractive living environments where retail, entertainment, services, homes and businesses amplify one another. We are guided by the following principles:

* We help customers who have time spend their time. With us, customers are introduced to an environment that offers plenty of possibilities, from sports activities to having a meal, from playing games to going to the cinema.

* Customers who do not have time will be able to get what they need immediately – be it a quick bite to eat or a carton of milk from the supermarket.

* Our partner will have confidence that their business will succeed. Astri guarantees its partners that this is the best place to trade and there are plenty of customers here.

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