Thursday, August 17, 2017

More than two billion square feet of retail slated to open in Yekaterinburg in 2014

According to preliminary estimates, Yekaterinburg will add more than two billion square feet of retail space in the coming year, meaning the Urals capital could become the largest trade and logistics center in Russia.

The city will be home to 54 trading companies, shopping malls, food and non-food shops should the announced projects be implemented in time. Stores in 72 housing complexes are also slated to open in 2014, Ekburg.ru reports.

Additionally, there will be nine logistics and warehouse complexes under the new plan, making up a total area of more than one million square feet.