Published at: 2017-02-10 17:53 | Author: Amelia Balazs-Turp
Polish and Turkish brands could be a big factor for leasing mall space in 2017
Last year was a boom year for the retail market in Romania, with a high volume of new projects hitting the market along with the entrance of important new international brands. In Bucharest, two new malls opened, both located in the east of the capital: Park Lake and Veranda Mall, additing more than 100,000 sqm to the city’s existing commercial space.

US retailer Fovever 21 chose Park Lake for its first shop in Romania, while the French brand Tati opened in Veranda. According to Daniela Pope...

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