Unibale-Rodamco and Inditex now confirms which concepts will be put into Mall of Scandinavia.
This means a new market entrance for Pull&Bear in Scandinavia.
This summer the 100,000 sqm shopping center revealed the deal with Inditex Group for a total of 4,800 sqm across four units. It was then unclear which the new entrances for Scandinavia would be, Nordic manager Lars-Åke Tollemark mentioning Pull&Bear and Bershka. But in an announcement at Mapic today – the Inditex concepts are said to be Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti and Zara Home.
Mall of Scandinavia has put the label “Home of flagships” on the project with Sweden’s first Disney Store taking 440 sqm, Superdry flagship store with 800 sqm and the first Michael Kors in a Swedish shopping centre taking 270 sqm.
Mall of Scandinavia will also house a 6,000 sqm Åhléns department store across two levels. Supermarket Hemköp will take a 3,210 sqm unit, Sweden’s only liquor store, Systembolaget, will open a 1,000sqm shop and ICA grocery store concept Kvantum will take 3,300 sqm of space.
The food and beverage offer in Mall of Scandinavia accounts for 7,550 sqm in total, anchoring the lower ground floor. 21 restaurants are already signed out of a total of 22 in Mall of Scandinavia’s new ‘Dining Experience’ concept.
“Mall of Scandinavia will not just raise the standards of shopping in the Nordics, but set the benchmark for future retail and leisure environments. The shopping centre will offer customers an immersive experience of innovative retail and leisure concepts leading the way in future retail”, Lars-Åke Tollemark comments.
The development has been certified according to global environmental and sustainability standards (“Excellent” BREEAM rating during the Design Phase). This is the first time a Swedish shopping centre project has received the ‘Excellent’ accolade.