Galeria Mlociny, one of the largest shopping and entertainment centers in Warsaw, was completed. Galeria Mlociny announced the opening date.

According to the information announced, the facility will open on May 23rd. It has a retail area of 76,000 m². It is spread over 6000 square meters and 82,000 meters for offices.


The center has over 200 shops and 36 restaurants. Apart from these, the facility features 10-screen multi-channel cinema, comfortable seating area, 200m² stage / event space, green terrace area and 2000 parking spaces. The luxury project was designed by Kurylowicz & Associates and Chapman Taylor.

 
The shopping center is close to the Mlociny transport center. The project has direct access to the metro. The hotel’s transportation facilities include numerous tram, city, local and national bus lines, bicycle station and P & R parking. The hotel is located in one of Warsaw’s busiest areas.

“We’ve gone to great effort to make sure Galeria Mlociny will be an outstanding addition to Warsaw’s growing population. It is both beautiful and convenient and has a little something for everyone from families with children to office workers and an unparalleled gastronomic offering. We are also very excited to bring the first multiplex cinema to the district,” said EPP’s CEO Hadley Dean.

“Galeria Mlociny will be full of new exciting brands. For the first time in Poland, we’ll see the opening of shops belonging to brands like Gagliardi, Sloggi and Mayoral. In addition to fashion brands, in the food hall area, gastronomic brands such as Sobremesa, Buenavista or Sushi Zushi will make their first appearance in a shopping centre. We are waiting to announce a well-known tenant with a strong European brand to appear in Galeria Mlociny, and this opening will undoubtedly act as an additional magnet attracting customers from all over the country to Mlociny. We are happy to invite you to the opening on May 23,” commented Nicklas Lindberg, CEO of Echo Investment.

Source: europe-re.com

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