Mylly is the largest shopping center in Southwest Finland, with an impressive 91 000 sq m of commercial space and 150 tenants and restaurants.
MYLLY continues to build value for its business by ensuring a safe, sustainable, and commercial shopping experience for its tenants and visitors. Becoming SHORE GOLD Outstanding is an achievement and shows that the management is dedicated to ensuring a safe, sustainable, and commercial environment, including being LEED GOLD certified.
The SHORE certification further strengthens the Mylly brand, work, and its position as the number one trusted shopping center in Finland (T-Media).
“The SHORE Gold certificate shows our resilience capacity in any event and helps us provide a safe and commercial space for our tenants. It proves our commitment to continuous investments in offering the best experience and international industry standards and practices. At the same time, it is a new step in our ESG strategy, as people, property, and environmental safety are top priorities for us,” said Mari Hantula, CEO of Mylly Shopping Center.
With the SHORE certification, it is confirmed that Mylly is operated at the highest international standards for operational resilience and with strong governance. SHORE certification, working to minimize risks, maximize property value, and offer a safe environment for tenants and customers and ensuring strong governance; it plays a vital role in the future of shopping centers”, says Erik Engstrand, CEO of SAFE Asset Group.
SHORE stands for Safe, Hospitality, Office, Retail, and Exhibitions and is an international certification standard for real estate assets in Risk, Resilience, and Governance. Six-core pillars are evaluated during the SHORE certification: Risk and management systems, property protection, visitors and guest experience, tenant management, safety and security, and crisis & business continuity.
MYLLY continues to develop its work by ensuring a safe commercial environment for its staff, tenants, and visitors by achieving the SHORE certification and reaching the level of Outstanding in Finland.