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Forever 21 in Galeria Wilanów and Galeria Północna

American clothing giant, Forever 21, will open their shops in two GTC investments in Warsaw: Galeria Północna and Galeria Wilanów. Forever 21’s first lease agreement in Poland has just been signed.

Forever 21 is one of the most popular American fashion brands with high recognition all over the world. Forever 21 is present in several dozens of countries, including: Belgium, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Thailand and Great Britain. Both Galeria Północna in Białołęka as well as Galeria Wilanów located in the south of Warsaw will feature the stores of this cult brand.

Under construction in the Warsaw’s district of Białołęka, Galeria Północna is already 60 percent commercialised taking into account signed rental agreements and letters of intent. Galeria Wilanów on the other hand is still in the pre-construction legal planning phase. The tenant was represented by Cushman Wakefield.

Galeria Północna, designed by APA Wojciechowski and Tzur Architects, will not only be a shopping mall, but mainly a semi-open recreation space. The project involves the active use of the roof, which will be landscaped with green walking paths, a garden and a playground. The gallery offers around 64,000 m2 of space and 2,300 parking places.

Galeria Wilanów will be the very first major new generation shopping centre located in southern Warsaw. Designed by the renowned APA Wojciechowski and Moshe Tzur architecture studios, the gallery is planned in such a way as to provide maximum openness. The environmentally friendly design will contain an entertainment section as well as a playground. Leasable area will equal 61,000 sqm including ca. 250 stores and service points.

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