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The top quality shopping destination in the heart of the historic city

PROGRAMME DETAILS

  • 62,000 m² GLA
  • approximately 200 – 220 units
  • inner-city supermarket
  • food court and restaurants with gardens
  • flagship stores
  • leisure
  • largest multiplex cinema in the region
  • Gdańsk Historic Heritage Buidling
  • new tourist information office
  • 1,100 parking spaces
  • 20,000 m² offices (phase II)
  • opening 2016

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Forum Gdansk, a large inner-city, mixed use project will conclude the revitalisation of the historical area of Hay and Crayfish Markets in between the Gdańsk central railway station and the inner-city. The Concept, by Multi’s in-house architectural design company, T+T Design, restores the historic lines of urban development and integrates the existing Nunnery, Library, and Post Office buildings, plus the Radunia Canal of historic significance in a contemporary urban environment composed of a designed network of streets and squares.

As such, Forum Gdansk will blend with the city forming a natural extension of the city centre. The intention of Multi is to strengthen the status of the Old City of Gdańsk as the heart of the city by creating a new meeting place combining retail, entertainment, culture, services, and office functions. Forum Gdansk will be a top quality commercial project with high quality tenant mix, an ideal location for flagship stores and newcomers to the market. It will be a popular place to have a rest, meet friends, eat, and drink at cosy restaurants located around the main

square, reverberating with the atmosphere of the Old City. Accomplishment of public objectives forms a crucial part of the project. The aspect includes the construction of the Gdańsk Historic Heritage Museum and modernisation of the road and public transport infrastructure around Forum Gdansk, the latter intended to improve access to the city centre and Forum Gdansk. A new train station Gdańsk Śródmieście at the southern tip of Forum Gdansk will become a hub of the suburban train, tram and city bus transport.

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