Shopping, entertainment center to open in 2014
SEC Yekaterininsky will be 182,000 square meters, will include 2,800 parking spaces and will be able to hold more than 550,000 in its catchment area. Mallino Development Group will develop the project after successfully developing multiple commercial real estate projects in Russia and the CIS countries. Colliers International, one of the biggest international consulting companies in the world, will serve as the exclusive leasing consultant, Property Magazine International reports.
"The unique concept of the entertainment part, including such exclusive elements as aqua park and theater center will ensure high interest on the part of the citizens in the shopping and entertainment center," Tatiana Klyuchinskaya, the regional director of the retail property department of Colliers International, said, according to Property Magazine International. "Open-air recreational zone will be located near the SEC on the bank of the Iset river. Open-air entertainment and amusement park will include amusement park and children's entertainment zone, equipped picnic area, artificial reservoirs, sports park with the bicycle motocross. Colliers International is glad to take part in this project. We are sure that the shopping component will also become the magnet for the citizens of Yekaterinburg, attracting them to shop in the stores of the best international and Russian brands."
The center will include a bowling alley, family entertainment park, restaurant courtyard and retail locations.
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