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Romanian shoe and accessories retailer lI Passo will open its 13th local store on the grounds on the Afi Palace Ploiesti shopping mall, following a EUR 110,000 investment, the company has announced.
The 33,000 sqm Afi Palace Ploiesti is developed by AFI Europe Romania and will be opened on October 3.
It is promoted as the first modern shopping mall in downtown Ploiesti, however, the project will be the second of this kind in the 200,000 inhabitants city after in November 2012, Carrefour and New Europe Property Investments (NEPI) opened a 55,000 sqm shopping mall on the city’s outskirts. Ploiesti Shopping City is located close to the National Road 1 (DN1) which connects Bucharest to the PrahovaValley and required a EUR 65 million investment.
AFI Palace Ploiesti is being built on the Gheorghe Doja Street and will host some 100 shops. This includes Koton, Smyk, Vicina, Hello Kitty, Sabon, Carturesti, Jack and Jones, Braiconf and Leonardo. Other future clients include Cora, Flanco, H&M, New Look, Reserved, Mussete, Timeout, Collins, Nike, Aldo, Motivi, Otter, Lee Cooper, Il Passo, B&B, Jolidon, KFC, McDonald’s, El Bacha Restaurant, Quasi Pronti, Pizza Dominium, Thang Long and Pizza Bonita.
The lI Passo store in AFI Europe Romania will cover 74 sqm.
The other 12 lI Passo stores are located in Bucharest, Brasov, Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi, Timisoara and Craiova. Business review Romania
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