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Wojas in Galeria Libero

One of the largest and most appreciated Polish footwear producers, Wojas, is to open an outlet in Galeria Libero, which is being developed by Echo Investment in the southern part of Katowice. The Wojas shop in Libero will have an area of nearly 160 sqm.

“Apart from popular, global brands, Libero will also include recognized Polish brands with traditions. Wojas is one of them,” said Karolina Prędota-Krystek, senior leasing manager from Echo Investment’s Shopping Centre Department. “Popular footwear brands are an important supplement of the fashion offer. We are currently finalizing a few contracts with tenants who are leaders in the footwear industry. We will soon report the following few brands in Libero.”

Wojas S.A. is one of the largest and most appreciated Polish footwear producers, which has a chain of nearly 180 shops in Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Belarus and Hungary. In spring 2008, Wojas S.A. made its debut on Warsaw Stock Exchange.

The construction of Galeria Libero is on schedule. An advanced commercialization process is being conducted regardless of the progressing construction work. Over 70 percent of Libero’s retail area has been leased. Libero is characterized by its excellent location at the junction of Kościuszki Street and Kolejowa Street, which are used by over 15,000 vehicles per hour at peak times. The opening of Libero is planned for the spring of 2018.

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