Galeria Solna, the first modern, multifunctional shopping center in Inowrocław was opened on Wednesday May 8. The commercialization level reached 97%. The investor of the project is ACE 1, a joint venture between Acteeum Central Europe belonging to Acteeum Group and Libra Project. For the management of the object DTZ is responsible , a company specializing in real estate management services.
Great retail variety for the Inowrocław community
On May 8 Galeria Solna with 31,000 sqm GLA, nearly 100 premises and 1,000 car parking places opened for the residents of Inowrocław and the region with in total 200 000 inhabitants. The center is almost completely leased. Among the tenants are well known leading international as well as polish chains, such as H&M, Reserved, New Yorker, Stradivarius, Bershka, Takko, Carry, Mohito, House, Reporter, Apart, Empik, Smyk, Martes Sport, Rossmann. Also the electronics chain Avans is present as well as tenants offering furniture& household items such as Home&You. The food offer consists of McDonald’s, the ‘Roses, Violets and Angels’ restaurant and Grycan. The anchors of Galeria Solna are the 24 hours operating Hypermaket Tesco and the DIY operator Nomi.
– We are very proud that we have built Galeria Solna in only 11 months and we attracted all leading tenants, so far absent in Inowrocław and its region. They will bring our clients a new shopping experience. We reached the ‘very good’ level of the Breeam standards ith regard to sustainability and energy efficiency. The architecture of Galeria Solna is a tribute to the famous salt brain built in 1902 in the SPA Park Salonkowy. As additional investments we built roads around the shopping center and we improved some roads in the neighbourhood. We also built bicycle paths of 2 km now being the longest ones in the city and we built a kids play for the district in which Galeria Solna is located. We also provided special facilities for handicapped persons. We believe Galeria Solna will not only be a place for doing shopping but also a new meeting place in the city, a place for spending free time – says Tomasz Szewczyk, President of the Board of ACE 1.