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Menbur Leases Space in Bydgoszcz Mall

The Galeria Drukarnia shopping mall in Bydgoszcz has a new tenant enlisted by real estate services company Jones Lang LaSalle. Menbur, a company selling shoes, bags and wedding gowns, will occupy 66 sq m in the mall. This will be the company's first store in Bydgoszcz.

Galeria Drukarnia is owned by OPUS 2 Investment, a company belonging to Bonn-based German corporation IVG Immobilien AG . The mall is located in the center of Bydgoszcz, at the intersection of Gdańska and Jagiellońska streets. Its total area is 23,000 sq m and it has over 50 stores.

Aquabella to Sponsor Volleyball
The Aquabella shopping center that will be built in Piła, northwestern Poland, by Mayland Real Estate, has become the official sponsor of the women's volleyball team of the Piła Volleyball Association. The sponsorship contract was signed for two years.

The team, PTPS Farmutil Piła, is among the top Polish women's volleyball teams and one of the leading in Europe. Since the 1996/1997 season, it has played in Poland's first league, and in 1999 it won its first Polish championship and followed up with other titles in the next four seasons.

The Aquabella shopping center will be built on the bank of the Gda River, on Związku Młodych Street. Its total area will be 70,000 sq m. It will have three stories and an underground garage for 700 cars. Construction work will begin in the spring of 2009 and will be completed in 2010.

Galeria Bałtycka Nominated for ICSC Award
Galeria Bałtycka in the coastal city of Gdańsk is the only Polish shopping center that has been nominated for the International Council of Shopping Centers' (ICSC) 2009 European Award in the large-center category.

Galeria Bałtycka is one of 18 shopping centers short-listed for the award from among an initial pool of almost 50 candidates. The winners will be announced during an ICSC conference in Barcelona April 22-24. Galeria Bałtycka, which opened in October, is the most modern and elegant mall in the Gdańsk area. More than 10 million customers have visited the center since it first opened its doors. The center attracts people from the whole coastal region as well as tourists and visitors from all over Poland. The center's 110,000 sq m accommodate 200 stores and service outlets, with parking for 1,100 cars.

Galeria Bałtycka is located on Grunwaldzka Avenue in Gdańsk's Wrzeszcz district and is close to the key roads of the Gdańsk-Sopot-Gdynia Tricity area.

The project's joint developers, Deutsche Euroshop and ECE Projektmanagement, both have a lot of experience in commercial real estate. The project cost some 140 million euros to build. It is currently managed by ECE.

The ICSC European Award goes to outstanding shopping centers in recognition of their quality, innovative architecture and business success.

Poland's Galeria Krakowska, opened by ECE in the southern city of Cracow in 2006, was among last year's ICSC winners.

The ICSC is a global organization with some 75,000 members from more than 80 countries.
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