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Galeria Wiślanka opened

Żory is a city with over 60,000 inhabitants that has just acquired a modern shopping mall. On October 22dn this year, at 13, the first, modern shopping and entertainment center Galeria Wiślanka was officially opened.

The project is unique in several respects. First of all, Żory was one of the last medium-sized cities in Poland without a shopping mall. Secondly – the gallery is practically 100 pct leased. – only two 50-meter flats have been left. Thirdly – the multiplex in Wiślanka is the only new cinema opened in Poland in 2020! In addition – such a large project was implemented by a domestic investor – Wiślanka S.A. from Jastrzębie Zdrój.

– It is one of the last new shopping and entertainment centers in Poland. Due to the very difficult market situation related to the pandemic and the problems of the commercial industry, this opening can be treated as a “litmus test” and an answer to the question about the future of the industry. The success of nearly 100% commercialization and the results of the first days of the facility’s operation confirm that well-prepared and professionally implemented projects still have a chance of success – says Maciej Mazur, CEO of Mallson Polska.

80 stores with an area of ​​20 thousand sq m

Mallson Polska was responsible for the commercial concept and rental of the facility. The gallery is characterized by a very clear layout, an even distribution of the main tenants and a complete offer of all sectors. The selection of tenants was also crucial for the commercial success. For 20 thousand sq m we will find 80 Polish and foreign brands of lease area.

Helios multi-screen cinema and Lidl market, a set of brands of the clothing giant of the LPP group (Reserved, House, Cropp, Mohito and Sinsay), other fashion brands such as: New Yorker, Monnari, Solar, Orsay, Greenpoint, 4F, Sizeer, Tatuum, Vistula, Wólczanka, Kubenz, Bytom, KS Sport or Diverse. In addition: Douglas, Rossmann, Drogerie Polskie, CCC, Wojas, Ryłko, RTVeuroAGD, home & you, Smyk, Empik, Pepco, Yes, Apart, Swiss, Vision Express, Triumph, Esotiq, Gatta, By o la la. The service sector includes Play, Plus, Orange, T-mobile, laundry, flower shop, NC +, Promes exchange office, travel agencies, bank, Tauron or Quick Nails Bar. The gastronomic offer is provided by: Pizza Hut, Makarun, Lodomania, Olimp, Burger Route 66, Sopelek, Żabka, Kristof Bakery and Crazy Bubble. A highlight of the facility that attracts families with children is the spacious Jupiter playroom. The facility has 600 convenient parking spaces.

The mall is located at the intersection of the most important expressways in the region – national road No. 81 with the provincial road 935, which is part of the Żory bypass, leading to the A1 highway. According to GFK, the catchment of the facility is about 750 thousand potential customers within 30 minutes. directions. An additional advantage of the project is the vicinity of the Auchan, Leroy Merlin, Decathlon hypermarkets and McDonald’s and KFC restaurants. Wiślanka and its neighbors therefore create the largest shopping complex in the region.

Galeria Wiślanka is also distinguished by attention to architectural details and the quality of the finish. The team of from Zabrze was responsible for the architectural and visual whole. The investor – P. Teresa Jonas, in cooperation with the facade and interior designer P. Joanna Jonas, was personally responsible for the interior design and the unique facade, the integral part of which is a gigantic mural with motifs referring to the history of the city and the landscape of the national road, commonly known as Wiślanka. The general contractor of the facility was Strabag. Mallson Polska was responsible for the commercial concept and rental.

Mallson collaborated on the opening and construction of 100 retail properties

Mallson Polska is a consulting company offering professional services at every stage of the formation and operation of commercial real estate. The company’s activity includes comprehensive consultancy on the commercial real estate market, in particular, the assessment of the potential and profitability of projects, commercialization of shopping centers and parks as well as servicing their sale. Mallson Polska cooperates with both Polish and foreign investors.

The company’s portfolio includes a total of 100 open and ongoing projects of modern retail facilities with a total area of ​​approximately 900,000 sq m. sq m, and is currently in the process of commercialization and re-commercialization of over 60 shopping centers and parks throughout the country.

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