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Status: in operation

Galeria Krakowska is one of the largest inner-city shopping centers in Poland. It is situated at the busiest traffic hub of the city and has a direct connection to the platforms of Krakow Central Station. Moreover, it is only a 5-minute stroll away from Krakow's jewel: Rynek Central Square with the Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Cathedral.

The facades of the buildings are made of natural stone and glass which reflect the historic buildings of the Old Town which lie directly opposite. The red clock tower next to the main entrance to the train station is the landmark of the city.

Important facts

  • 60,000 sqm
  • 270 shops
  • 112,269 visitors per day on average
  • 957,967 inhabitants in the total catchment area
  • Anchor tenants: C & A • CARREFOUR • H & M • P & C DUESSELDORF • RESERVED • SATURN • SMYK
ul. Pawia 5
31-154 Kraków
Poland
Center Manager:
Jaroslaw Szymczak
Leasing Manager:
Justyna Kulanty
Tomasz Nowakowski

Picture gallery

Chronology

Groundbreaking ceremony: 10/12/2004
Topping out ceremony: 11/17/2005
Opening date: 09/28/2006

Property data

Leasable area (GLA): 60,000 sqm
Office space: 10,000 sqm
Investment volume: 250 million euros
Number of shops: 270
Sales levels: 3
Footfall per day (on average): 112,269
Parking spaces: 1,400
Jobs in operation: 1,300

Catchment area *

Core catchment area < 5 min. 4,110
Nearby catchment area 5-15 min. 317,200
Wider catchment area 15-30 min. 497,756
Extended catchment area 30-45 min. 138,901
Total catchment area 957,967
* Inhabitants in the catchment area

Tenant mix

Tenant mix    
Fashion 45.16 %
Hardware 19.03 %
Food 11.26 %
Shoes & Leather 5.57 %
Health 5.87 %
Restaurants 6.17 %
Services 1.98 %
Sports 4.95 %