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Galeria Victoria Attracts More Tenants
October 8, 2008   
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Keen Property Partners (KPP), the developer of the Galeria Victoria shopping center in Wałbrzych, has signed up new tenants for the mall. They are Cinema City, children's clothes store 5.10.15, Altero, Megapunkt, Wójcik, SIZEER, Sferis, Orange, and Inmedio.Galeria Victoria will be the first modern leisure and retail complex in Wałbrzych and its surrounding region. The project includes a hotel and apartments. This will also be the first shopping center in the city that will have a multi-screen cinema, numerous restaurants and coffee shops under the same roof as known Polish and international consumer brands.

CB Richard Ellis, which provides consulting services in the commercial real-estate sector, is advising KPP on the project and rental contracts."We are very pleased that so many prestigious and well known brands will be represented in Galeria Victoria," said Richard Keen, the MD of Keen Property Partners.

Galeria Victoria will be built on a 10-hectare plot at the crossroads of 1 Maja and Skarżyńska Streets in the center of Wałbrzych and thus is easy to get to from all parts of the city by public transport. The site is also close to the no. 367 national road that leads to the border crossing with the Czech Republic at Golińsk. Moreover, just 300 meters from the mall is the Wałbrzych Fabryczny railway station. The retail part of the project is worth some 75 million euros and the hotel and residential part another 20 million euros.
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