Iso Omena (Finnish for "Big Apple") is a shopping centre in Matinkylä, Espoo, Finland, opened on September 24, 2001. The construction of Iso Omena aimed to take heed of the wishes of the population of Espoo as well as possible. Because of this, Iso Omena includes many centralised municipal and private services. Iso Omena also includes apartments, with a direct connection to the shopping centre.
Iso Omena includes 115 businesses. The total area for rent is approximately 53 thousand square metres. The building has three floors, a parking lot on the bottom floor and a separate parking building and an office tower.
The name "Iso Omena" comes from the nickname "The Big Apple" of New York City, USA.
Floors: Parking lot floor P, Market floor M, Forum floor T and Service floor S
Total sales: approximately 200 million Euro per year
Number of visitors: approximately 9 million visitors per year
Espoo city common service centre
Ticket service and medical and dental health service
Office of the Finnish employment bureau
Iso Omena can be reached by all buses travelling along Länsiväylä past Matinkylä, and by buses passing over Piispansilta. In the future, the shopping centre might also be reached by the metro. The terminal reservation of the Länsimetro is located directly south of Iso Omena.