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Lahti is renewing itself by building new and renewing current areas and buildings. The biggest rebuilding projects reach from the city centre to various parts of the city.
The Hennala of the future is a charming parklike residential and workplace area. Dignified red-brick barracks and massive trees are reminiscent of the area’s military history.
Currently, the most important development targets include the Ranta-Kartano hotel and water activity centre, the Malski Cultural Centre and within it the Lahti Museum of Visual Arts Malva. Health services are to be centralised to Lahti City Hospital and a big school campus is to be built in Paavola.
Universities have moved next to the businesses in Niemi. Located on the shore of Vesijärvi, Niemi is a hundred-year-old industrial area that is going through major changes.
Lahti trackside is becoming a dense and urban district right next to the city centre. The area combines the Travel Centre as a junction of public transportation, new residential and business areas and services.
The Rakokivi Shopping Centre is being developed as a centre of eastern Lahti that continues to provide good services for everyday life. Housing is planned for Rakokivi so that more residents can move there. The transport network and environmental attractiveness are also being improved.
Ranta-Kartano connects the city centre to the shore of Vesijärvi. At the former parking field area, residential blocks and a hotel and water activity centre complex have been planned.
The planning of the future Sopenkorpi is in progress. The area may become a rustic combination of workshop atmosphere, transformed industrial buildings and unique living – or something completely different.