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Europa Centralna Shopping Center strengthens its fashion offer

Wólczanka has joined the tenants of the Europa Centralna Shopping Center. The brand opened a 40 sqm boutique in the center in Gliwice. Customers will find there a wide range of shirts both for women and men. This is another brand from the Vistula Retail Group portfolio, which has recently joined the center in Gliwice.

The offer of Wólczanka includes a large selection of female and male shirts as well as high quality accessories made in accordance with the rules of classic tailoring. They were made of fabrics imported from well-known world producers. The brand belongs to Vistula Retail Group – one of the leading clothing companies in Poland. “Europa Centralna is a perfect place for our boutique. The inhabitants of the Silesian Agglomeration love the latest fashion trends. Moreover, the demographic potential of this part of the city and the location guarantee residents comfortable and fast access,” says Martyna Foremna, Marketing & PR Manager of Wólczanka.

The boutique is located next to Apart and Vistula. It has an area of 40 sq. m. This is another novelty in the offer of Europa Centralna. Recently, another Vistula Retail Group brand – Vistula, has also made its debut in this shopping center. Moreover, previously brands like, Action, Pepco and 50 styles have opened their stores here. “We are pleased that such a renowned brand will be our new tenant. We are convinced that the opening of Wólczanka will significantly affect the interest in the clothing offer of our center,” says Katarzyna Lenartowicz, director of the Europa Centralna Shopping Center.

Europa Centralna is a unique combination of a shopping park and a gallery. The whole object offers 67,000sqm of retail space and 2,300 parking spaces. The object is visited by the inhabitants of the Silesian Agglomeration, the Opole region and tourists visiting the building because of the proximity of the A1 and A4 highways. Within 30 minutes, the center is reachable by 1.85 million inhabitants, and within 1 hour by 5 million.

The object is managed by Apsys.

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