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Lifestyle Center Merlata Bloom Milano ist taking shape

The lifestyle center in the city of the Olympiads takes shape between outdoor sports fields, experimental formats, fresh goods markets and latest-generation cinema. 60% of the surfaces have already been signed by leasing department of Nhood Services Italy.

Merlata Bloom Milano is under the full leasing process. Over 60% of available leasing area has been already signed by a range of retailers from the segments fashion, gaming, entertainment, sports, leisure, and F&B. The lifestyle center will host the 2026 Olympic Games. The Italian branch of Nhood company plays a role of co-investor and promoter of the project with ImmobiliarEuropea and SalService.

“These openings are the culmination of an advisory activity that began alongside tenants in a difficult period for retail, two years ago. Nhood works alongside the brands to help them with their commercial development plans, and to offer visitors meeting places where they can find responses to their constantly changing needs,” comments Anand Remtolla, New Projects Manager of Nhood Services Italy.

Signed retailers represent the first stage of a large-scale commercial project which, with its 3 experimental floors and more than 150 stores, goes beyond the traditional concept of commercial space and is designed as a 80,000 sq m center, of which 20,000 sq m are intended for leisure, entertainment and culture, including gastronomy and sport.

Among already signed brands: Esselunga (6,000 sq m),Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Portobello, Game7Athletics; Big Toys and Euronics. F&B: RossoPomodoro, Ham Holy Burger, La Piadineria, Bun Burgers, Cioccolati Italiani, and many more.

An innovative leisure proposal is represented by the second floor of the mall, characterized by fluid and changeable spaces designed to accommodate all forms of events in all seasons, both indoors and outdoors. This will include a Sky Garden with a panoramic view over Milan, enriched by green areas and facilities for socializing and sports activities.

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