The modernity of Galeria Pomorska makes it extremely attractive in Bydgoszcz and surrounding areas. Its offering of restaurants and shops is very diverse and includes many of the more well-known brand names. Carrefour hypermarket is the ideal store for those daily purchases.
Access to the mall is effortless and apart from using a car, it can be reached via bus numbers 59, 65, 67, 69, 70, 74, 75, 83, 84, 101, 32N and 33N.
The redesign which took place at the largest shopping centre in Bydgoszcz in North Poland came as a result of a 3D asset management review of this 387500ft² of leisure and retail space.
The collaboration of Colman Architects and Balmain Asset Management has led to a long-term strategy for the center. This includes a significant extension, along with the reorganisation of the interior to enhance the center’s performance level by creating additional retail space and to improve circulation. In a bid to reduce costs, the center makes use of efficient natural ventilation systems.
Key tenants: H & M, MOHITO, Reserved, CUBUS, Orsay and PROMOD.
Entertainment zone: cinema HELIOS, corner of the playground.
The access to the mall is easy. You can use public transport, via bus (number of buses 59, 65, 67, 69, 70, 74, 75, 83, 84, 101, 32N, 33N).
The redesign of the Galeria Pomorska, the largest shopping centre in the city of Bydgoszcz in northern Poland, is the result of a complete 3D asset management review of the 387,500 sq ft retail and leisure scheme.
Working with Balmain Asset Management, Colman Architects has developed a long-term strategic master plan for the project, which includes a major extension as well as an internal reorganization designed to enhance the performance of the center by improving circulation and creating new retail space.