Retail in the country had few booming years and now can offer a high level of shopping for every consumer.Last years were pretty lucky for Poland's retail market; the number of shopping centers has increased by 75%, considerably expanding the city's retail offerings. Now we can find beautiful modern shopping centers in Warsaw and significant cities.
International Council of Shopping Centers includes these critical destinations in the country in its retail tours during ICSC European Conference.
Klif House of Fashion (Dom Mody Klif)
Address: 01-042, Okopowa 58/72, Warszawa.
Klif House of Fashion is a concept characterized as a premium niche with loyal, demanding consumers. The positioning of Klif has developed over the years after the Warsaw market changed, bringing with it an intense competition. The Klif brand has been recognized as one of the trendiest brands in Poland and was twice awarded Superbrands Poland.
Address: Złota 59, 00-120 Warszawa.
Złote Tarasy is a shopping and entertainment complex in the center of Warsaw designed by the Jerde Partnership. Its shaped transparent roof covers its signature central indoor courtyard intended for concerts and similar events.
Address: Koszykowa 63, 00-667 Warszawa.
Opened in October 2016, the reconstructed Hala Koszyki was restored to include parts of the original steel structure of the leading construction and the renovated Art Nouveau building elements. The hall serves as a joint fair and dining venue, and the building serves several restaurants, shops, and a supermarket.
Address: Ostrobramska 75C, 04-175 Warszawa.
Promenada opened in 1996 and is placed in Warsaw's east part. The shopping center launched a fascinating redevelopment project, increasing the sales area to 59 000 sqm sq. m in 2016, with further expansion planned to 90,000 sq. m. by 2020.
Address: Zabkowska Street, 00-001 Warsaw.
The thriving Zabkowska Street locates Koneser in the heart of the Old Praga district. The five-hectare plot will become a unique residential, commercial, and cultural space in the center of Warsaw. The architectural design for the revitalization of Koneser involves adapting old post-industrial facilities and creating modern buildings harmoniously reflecting the landmark's urban fabric.
Address: 00-175, aleja Jana Pawła II 82, Warszawa.
Arkadia started in 2004 and is the biggest shopping mall in Central Europe with a total area of 287,000 sq. m., housing 230 shops, 25 restaurants, and a cinema. ICSC awarded Arkadia as Shopping Centre of the Year in 2004.
Posnania (Galeria Handlowa Posnania)
Address: ul. Pleszewska 1, 61-136 Poznań.
Opened last autumn, Posnania by Apsys represents one of the largest retail investments in Poland and Central Europe. This modern center brings together shopping, services, cultural and recreational functions. Posnania is the result of 20 years of company experience in the retail market and an answer to the challenges of the twenty-first century and new expectations of increasingly demanding clients. Posnania has been created as an interactive and mobile space. Advanced technological and digital solutions deliver information and entertainment, enriching the broad range of services and creating a unique customer experience.