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KFC and Burger King to enrich the restaurant offer of Galeria Polnocna

KFC and Burger King have joined gastronomy tenants in Galeria Polnocna, which will open in less than a year (end of Q2 2017). AmRest, the company managing the brands such as KFC and Burger King is the next chain tenant for Galeria Polnocna. This tenant is taking up space in the Food Court on the second floor of the Shopping Centre.

“The food court area boasts your favourite fast food restaurants and full-size restaurants with waiter service. We want every customer to be able to find something that suits them. KFC and Burger King are popular global brands, which have many fans and will become an important part of the tenant mix of Galeria Polnocna,” said Jacek Wachowicz, Chief Investment Officer GTC.

64 tenants have already signed rental agreements for space in Galeria Polnocna. Amongst the tenants are well-known brands such as Empik, Smyk, H&M, Wólczanka, Vistula, W. KRUK, Reserved, House, Cropp, Sinsay, MOHITO, CCC, Martes Sport, Carrefour Hypermarket and Cinema City. Forever 21 – a giant clothing retailer – has also signed its first agreement in Poland.

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