Credit: Atrium European Real Estate

Atrium Promenada refurbishment is well underway

Over 80% of the redevelopment of Atrium Promenada in Warsaw is now pre-leased. Upon completion, the refurbished flagship will house over 150 retail and service units in the latest concepts. The completion of the renovation is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2023.

The refurbishment which began in February this year, includes the comprehensive reconstruction of the interior of Atrium Promenada on the side of Jana Nowaka Jeziorańskiego Street and the remodeling of the entrance to the shopping center from this street. Ultimately, the gallery will offer over 90,000 sq m of modernized retail space, which constitutes over 150 opened retail and service units available to customers as early as spring 2023.

“The modernization of Atrium Promenada is attracting strong interest from tenants. 80% of the GLA of the redeveloped gallery is already pre-leased. We are well on schedule with the construction works. By this time next year, Promenada’s customers will have a significantly refreshed, richer offer – both in terms of innovative retail concepts and carefully selected brands,” says Scott Dwyer, Group Managing Director – Retail, Atrium European Real Estate.

The ground floor of the modernized part of the center will be dominated by premium and medium-level fashion brands. Their offer will be complemented by the health & beauty sector and cafes popular among Warsaw residents. Customers will also have at their disposal a zone of service outlets located near the Carrefour PRO hypermarket. There will also be an engaging Euro Lider play zone for families with children. The modernized facility will also offer a two-level Peek & Cloppenburg store with an area of 3,450 sq m and a fashion offer of many well-known brands.

Atrium Promenada is functioning normally during the ongoing modernisation works. Customers can enjoy the main part of the shopping center (renovated in 2018) with over 100 brands on offer.

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