The Sinikallio shopping centre acquired by Kesko is centrally located in the Mankkaa neighbourhood of Finland’s second biggest city Espoo, and comprises some 10,400 square metres. Kesko has been a tenant for over 30 years, and currently the shopping centre is home to the K-Supermarket Mankkaa store, which is one of the biggest grocery stores in the K-Supermarket grocery store chain in terms of both sales and square metres. The other tenants of the shopping centre will remain on as tenants of Kesko:  these include an Alko liquor store, a pharmacy, a pet supply store, and restaurants and gyms.


In the southwestern city of Salo, Kesko has acquired the property where its K-Citymarket Salo hypermarket has operated for nearly 40 years. The hypermarket is the biggest grocery store near Salo city centre, with excellent transport connections. The 9,400 square-metre property and the store were fully renovated in 2023–2024. In addition to the K-Citymarket, the property also hosts other service providers, such as a pharmacy and an Alko liquor store.


Both the Sinikallio shopping centre and the K-Citymarket Salo property host K-Lataus charging stations for electric vehicles.


Kesko has previously announced it will be strategically strengthening its network of grocery store sites in upcoming years by building new K-Citymarket hypermarket stores in growth centres and continuing to update and refurbish its existing stores.