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Manhattan set to be transformed

Aneta Cichla 12 September 2017

Aneta Cichla

Deputy editor in chief, journalist

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Aneta is passionate about the retail real estate market and everything associated with it. She has worked in the editorial department of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ for seven years. Prior to this she was employed as a journalist for the Retailnet.pl portal and for Shopping Center Poland magazine. In her free time she enjoys reading books, walking the dog and working out at the gym. She also loves watching martial arts fights.

Manhattan set to be transformed
POLAND The Manhattan shopping centre in Gdańsk is to undergo refurbishment. Work on the toilets is to start in the autumn, while the public areas are also to be renovated.

Relaxation and work zones are to be created as well as a children’s play area. The toilets on the ground floor are to be thoroughly redeveloped and extended, transforming their appearance and doubling the parent and baby space. The new design involves replacing the furniture and creating sitting areas with an electricity supply provided. Furthermore, public work areas are to be opened on the various levels of the shopping centre – and these will be suitable for team as well as individual work. The cumulative footfall of the mall grew by 7 pct y-o-y in the first seven months of the year, thus increasing the centre’s turnover correspondingly. “In spite of a difficult beginning of the year we have been seeing increased customer activity, which translates directly into an increase in the cumulative turnover. By the end of July, the cumulative turnover for this year was 4 pct higher than the same period a year earlier. We hope that an even more successful period is to follow, particularly taking into consideration the planned investment in the centre,” comments Łukasz Tomczak, the managing director of Manhattan. The shopping centre on al. Grunwaldzka was opened in 2004. It has four levels and features more than 70 brands, including Piotr i Paweł, C&A, H&M, Empik, CCC, Tiger Gym, MK Bowling, Sphinx, Starbucks and Mediateka Manhattan. The mall comprises a retail area of more than 25,500 sqm and over 5,700 sqm of office space. The owner and manager is Sirius Investments on behalf of the APN Poland Retail Fund.

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