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Bruno Zinger in Outlet Park Szczecin

A Bruno Zinger men’s fashion shop with an area of nearly 90 sqm is to be opened in a new section of Outlet Park Szczecin, which is being developed as part of the second stage of the project.

Thanks to the second stage Outlet Park Szczecin will gain an area of nearly 5,000 sqm. The opening of the new section of the facility is planned in November this year.

“The commercialization process is very smooth; we are finalizing subsequent contracts with attractive clothing brands. One of the new brands will be Bruno Zinger offering men’s fashion such as: elegant suits, jackets, trousers and shirts at very good prices,” said Michał Banasik, leasing manager in Echo Investment’s Shopping Centre Department.

After the completion of the second stage, Outlet Park Szczecin will have a total retail area of 21,300 sqm. Customers will be able to choose from 100 shops and 900 parking spaces.

In spring 2016 Echo Investment will start the construction of the third stage of Outlet Park Szczecin. The company is planning to extend the offer of the outlet park to a medical centre and a modern fitness club.

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