The Stockholm centre at Mäster Samuelsgatan is extremely well located in the Lower Norrmalm district (also known as 'Norrmalm'), alongside T-Centralen, Central station. Surrounded largely by modern offices, accommodating IT and financial companies, this modern, eighth-floor facility is within view of Stockholm's World Trade Centre. Covered parking is available on site. Norrmalm was largely rebuilt in the 50s and 60s, giving a very modern feel to the city centre. Tourism plays an increasingly large role in Sweden's predominantly service-based industry, and almost half of Sweden's big companies are headquartered in Stockholm.