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Forum Schwanthalerhöhe opened in Munich

The HBB Hanseatische Betreuungs- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft brings a new shopping center to Munich, which opened on June 6, 2019.

Munich’s Westend got a new shopping destination, with its 90 shop concepts on three floors and a total area of 25,000 sq m, a mix of fashion, technology, sports, food, restaurants, and services. It’s interior design bridges art, with the Forum’s namesake Ludwig von Schwanthaler, and Munich’s lifestyle. The shopping center was developed and realized by HBB Hanseatische Betreuungs- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft from Hamburg and consists of a newly converted building core and extensive spatial-aesthetic additions. This company invested 240 million euros in this project. The underground parking garage is open 24 hours a day and provides 1,000 additional parking spaces in the quarter. “We revive the Westend’s heart with Forum Schwanthalerhöhe,” says Harald Ortner, Managing Director of HBB. “The attractive area and the many advantages of this location convinced big tenants like H&M, Lidl, Smyths Spielwaren, Das Futterhaus as well as numerous fashion brands and culinary concepts.”

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