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Silesia Outlet Managed by Neinver | 6B47 as Investor

Neinver has announced that it has taken over the management of Silesia Outlet located in Silesia, Poland. The outlet center is currently being developed in the city of Gliwice. The investor is 6B47.

Neinver will be responsible for management, marketing, and leasing. Silesia Outlet is to be the largest outlet center in Silesia. Ultimately, it will occupy 20,000 sq m of retail space, with 120 shops representing domestic and international brands.

The first phase of the project, to open in spring of this year, will house 70 stores across 12,000 sq m of retail space. The center will have 830 parking spaces.

The scheme will enjoy an excellent location in the immediate vicinity of the A4 motorway, which connects Cracow, the Silesian Agglomeration, and Wroclaw – the largest economic centers of southern Poland. Silesia Outlet is being built in a well-known shopping destination for the inhabitants of the region. It will benefit from a strong catchment area of 6.5 million customers.

In addition, it includes Auchan Gliwice Shopping Center and Leroy Merlin. More than 70% of the center has already been leased. The brand mix will include mid-mass market to premium brands, from fashion and footwear to sports and accessories for women, men, and children.

Beyond the commercial mix, there will be a range of food and beverage options. The Blue Ocean Investment Group (BOIG), construction manager of Silesia Outlet, will be leasing the scheme until its opening.

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