Galeria Mlociny
Photo “Galeria Mlociny” - Credit: EPP

Galeria Mlociny will open on May 23, 2019

One of the biggest shopping and entertainment venues in Warsaw is now being finished in the capital city’s Bielany district.

225,000 sq m of total space, 82,000 sq m of GLA with 76,000 sq m allocated to retail and F&B, 6,000 sq m of office space, over 200 shops and 36 restaurants, the tallest shopfront windows in Poland, 10 screen multiplex cinema with comfortable, recliner seating, a 200 sq m stage/event area, 2,500 sq m green terrace area, 2,000 parking spaces, 20 coworking spaces. These are some of the numbers which can be used to describe the Galeria Mlociny which will open on May 23, 2019. Investors include EPP (70% of shares) and Echo Investment (30% of shares). While the former will manage the complex, the latter was fully responsible for the development process and leasing.

The design project of Galeria Mlociny was created by two architectural studios – Kurylowicz & Associates and Chapman Taylor. The shopping center sets itself apart because of its innovative approach to designing a place with social, entertainment and F&B functionality.

There are currently more than two thousand people in the construction teams working on the investment property. Its façade is fully ready and works related to the development of the shopping center’s immediate vicinity are being finished. Tenants who have taken over their locations are in the last stages of preparations before the opening. The general contractor for the investment is Erbud. 

The shopping center is being built in close proximity to the Mlociny transport hub – one of the best transit locations in Warsaw, with direct access to the underground, numerous trams, city, local and national bus lines, a bicycle station and a P&R car park. It’s also a busy transfer point for the northern part of the city and Warsaw’s neighbouring towns, which is used by over 24 million passengers every year. 

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