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Opr./edited AC 13 December 2018
One year down for Marywilska 44
The park is part of the Marywilska 44 shopping complex with a total of 80,000 sqm gla
POLAND One year has passed since the opening of the Marywilska 44 retail park in Warsaw, during which time new tenants have been signed up bringing the commercialisation level to 98 pct.
The tenants that have moved in since November 2017 include: PSB-Mrówka, Jysk, Abra Meble, Stokki Home, Jeta Łazienki, Outletmedia RTV AGD, Dywanella, Galeria Dobrych Furniture, Romax, Indian Furniture and Lavinia Furniture. The centre also includes a 2,500 sqm Jump Arena trampoline park.
“We have had a very active year, which was very successful for us. First of all, we are very proud that Marywilska 44 retail park is close to 100-pct leased. Only one 132 sqm unit is still available. Secondly, we have managed to created a tenant mix that will allow our customers to fully furnish both their homes and gardens – which was our strategy from the very beginning of the centre’s development. Thirdly, our footfall has been continually increasing,” says Małgorzata Konarska, the CEO of centre owner Marywilska.
The park is part of the Marywilska 44 shopping complex with a total of 80,000 sqm, which includes a 68,000-sqm shopping centre with over 1,400 stores and service outlets. The retail park mainly comprises home and garden stores and has a gla of 12,000 sqm.

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