Competitors on the horizon spur revamp for Warsaw shopping centres

Lasalle, Jones Lang
February 2004
EuroProperty;2004, p50
Trade Publication
Owners of shopping centres in Warsaw, Poland are increasing and diversifying their offer as new competition from centres under development comes closer to fruition. Three large shopping and leisure centres will open in Polish capital over the next two years in Arkadia, Blue City and Zlote Tarasy. Around 80 percent of Arkadia is let and the centre is due to open later this year. Blue City, meanwhile has already secured 160 retailers while Zlote Tarasy is still looking for anchor tenants. Existing shopping centres are fighting back by increasing their space.


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