MEGA Shopping Center undergoes major remodeling
A total of 50 stores located within the MEGA Yekaterinburg shopping center are set to launch new concepts before the end of the year. Many stores have already completed their upgrades, including JS Casual, Camaieu, Svyaznoy, Baon, White Wind Digital, Salamander, Giovanni Boticelli, Pierre Cardin, and O'stin, URBC.ru reports.
In addition to retail stores, the food court area is also scheduled to be renovated before the end of the year. D'Antonio restaurant is set to open up a new separate seating zone soon. This upgrade will be followed by renovations to Subway, Paul Bakery and pie merchant Stolle.
MEGA Shopping Center belongs to a chain of shopping centers in Russia that are owned and operated by the Swedish design company IKEA. There are currently 14 MEGA Shopping Centers in Russia, with three in Moscow, two in St. Petersburg, and one each in Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Adygea, Omsk, Samara and Ufa, according to URBC.ru.
The MEGA Shopping Center opened in 2006 and contains a total of 185 stores.
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