by Property Forum | Retail

Galeria Północna, GTC’s latest retail development in the Polish capital has officially opened. The mall has a total leasable area of 64,800 sqm and is LEED Gold pre-certified.


Galeria Północna is the first large-scale shopping centre of fourth-generation in the northern part of Warsaw and it is the first shopping gallery of such size since over a decade that was completed in the Polish capital. The commercial complex of over 64,000 sqm is located on Światowida Street in Warsaw. GTC Group is both the investor and the manager of Galeria Północna.
 
According to the GTC’s research, approx. 750,000 inhabitants, mostly young people and families with children, live in the direct range of the building. The specificity of these target groups has been taken into account not only in the commercial offer but also in the architectural design of the building, created by APA Wojciechowski and Tzur Architects, e.g. the special arrangement of the roof space enables active rest among greenery. The facility will also meet the highest ecological standards, confirmed by pre-certification of LEED Gold rating level.
 
More than 200 shops, boutiques and service points of national and international brands, food court, cinema with 11 halls and parking with 2,300 spaces are available to visitors. The tenant list includes inter alia the first in Poland, Hamleys shop, LPP brands, Forever 21, TK Maxx, H&M, Martes Sport, Cinema City, EURO RTV/AGD, CCC, sports club Calypso, Carrefour with full-sized hypermarket, Bierhalle, and Enel-Med medical centre.
 
Cushman&Wakefield and JLL were responsible for the commercialization of Galeria Północna.