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Bulwary Poznańskie Awaiting Construction Permit
June 3, 2009   
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Construction of the Bulwary Poznańskie shopping complex in Poznań is set to begin this fall, according to investor Inter IKEA Centre Polska, which owns a network of shopping centers in Europe. The project will cost 175 million euros.

The investor is waiting for a construction permit. The project's first stage is to open in the fall of 2011. The complex was designed by Biuro Architektoniczne Epstein from Warsaw.

Bulwary Poznańskie will be built next to an existing IKEA store and both facilities will have a total of 70,000 sq m available for retail space, of which 50 percent is already leased. Tenants include Alma, Decathlon, Rossmann, RTV Euro AGD, Reserved, House and Mohito. The center will hold 100 stores and will have parking space for 3,200 cars.
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