“Comfort and functionality, which the investor of Galeria Libero focused on, make the concept of Delikatesy Alma integrate well with the project,” said Mariusz Wojdon, vice-president of the board at Alma Market, which has leased an area of nearly 1,900 sqm in Echo Investment’s project in Katowice.
“We have signed a lease in the newly-built shopping centre in Katowice. We can see a lot of potential in this district as regards to our next shop in Katowice because this is where we have so far been operating our only Delikatesy Alma. We are also satisfied with the area we were offered in the facility, the location of the delicatessen on the ground floor, directly next to an exit from the car park will allow our customers to shop quickly and conveniently, which is crucial these days,” added Mariusz Wojdon.
“We have chosen Alma because it has operated in this part of the city for many years. It is a recognizable and popular brand among residents of Katowice. I am sure that Alma’s customers, who are used to top quality and a broad range of products, will appreciate the offer as well as the architecture and functional solutions in Galeria Libero. The choice of this concrete retailer was determined also by the location of Libero. I mean the proximity of some of the most popular districts in Katowice, which are characterized by high purchasing power,” commented Marcin Materny, director of Echo Investment’s Shopping Centre Department.