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Potsdamer Platz Arkaden becomes The Playce

“The Playce” – the former arcades on Potsdamer Platz, revitalized by Brookfield Properties and ECE, will be presented under this new name in future.

Visitors can expect a modern brand experience, culture and cuisine at an international level. The name is a combination of the words “place” and the interactive aspect “play”. Therefore, the name symbolizes the wide range of offers of the destination.

The newly designed complex is scheduled to open on September 15th, 2022. The shops in “The Playce” will gradually open their doors until the end of March 2023. The international barbecue, lobster and seafood concept Big Easy, the first sustainability store by Peek & Cloppenburg KG Düsseldorf, the FoodHall Manifesto Market and the Mission Play! Family Entertainment Center by Mattel, Inc. will be part of The Playce.

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