Tveita Senter is one of the largest shopping centres in Oslo, Norway, with a turnover of NOK 768 million in 2008. The shopping mall is located at Tveita, on the border between the boroughs of Alna and Østensjø. Easily accessible by public transport, it's located beside Tveita Station on the Oslo Metro and is connected with five different bus lines. Tveita Senter is owned by OBOS Forretningsbygg AS, which in turn is owned by OBOS.
Tveita Senter was reopened in 2003, after a major renovation during which both its interior and exterior was rebuilt. The shopping mall appears as a modern mall, and is one of the largest and most complete shopping malls in the area. Its 73 stores includes a postal office, bank, pharmacy, liquor store and grocery stores, as well as a second floor containing several clothing stores. Since its renovation it has experienced a great increase in its turnover. In 2008 it was visited by 3,5 million people.