Mall for EUR 52 M Opens in Bulgaria City of Plovdiv
The newest shopping mall in Bulgaria, Mall Plovdiv, was opened in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv on Thursday.
More than EUR 52 M have been invested in the construction of the first shopping mall of its kind in the city of Plovdiv.
Mall Plovdiv is located on an area of 45 000 square meters, and hosts over 110 famous brands some of which are entering Plovdiv's market for the first time.
These include Mango, Esprit, New Yorker, Benetton, Terranova, Calliope, XYZ, Oviesse, Tom Tailor, Lee Cooper, Kenvelo, Celio, Etam, Seven Seconds, Mexx, Naf Naf, Tally Weijl, Fox, Mothercare, Okaidi, adidas, Pierre Cardin, Etere, Leonardo, Geox, Foot Comfort, Hush Puppies, Beauty Zone, Oxette, Swarovski, Levi's, Playlife, Studio Scandal, Replay.
The Plovdiv Mayor, Slavcho Atanasov, pointed out he was happy the city kept attracting large-scale investments. The Bishop of Plovdiv, Nikolay, inaugurated Plovdiv's first shopping mall with the traditional religious ritual.
"I am not just happy, I am especially proud and thankful to all institutions and partners who worked on the realization of the project of Mall Plovdiv - a modern and unique complex, combining hi-tech, aesthetics, and entertainment", the CEO of the Mall Plovdiv investor, Real Estate Services Bulgaria, Petar Dudolenski said at the opening.
Thus, Real Estate Services Bulgaria (RESB) became the only company in Bulgaria which has taken part in the construction of two shopping malls - Mall Plovdiv and Mall of Sofia, which was the first shopping mall in Bulgaria, and was opened in 2006.
RESB is currently working on the construction of three more shopping malls - Mall Rousse, Mall Stara Zagora, and Park Tower in Sofia.
100% of RESB is owned by Cinema City International, a leading international movie theaters operator with over 600 multiplex complexes in Europe and Israel.
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