ZARA AND NEW YORKER ALREADY OPEN IN GALERIA KAZIMIERZ
Customers of Galeria Kazimierz have so far had the opportunity to shop at ZARA, but from now on they’ll also be able to visit a New Yorker outlet. The newly opened shops offer the latest brand-name fashions. SONY Centre as well as the HAIR COIF hairdressing salon are already open too, and lovers of fish dishes are invited in for a meal by the North Fish restaurant.
The 2-level ZARA store occupies 1,600 sq. m. As well as the gents’ and ladies’ departments there are also clothes for children in ZARA Kids. ZARA is a clothing multinational of Spanish origin with 626 outlets across the world. Its collections are based on the latest fashion trends. The short batch cycles change every 6-7 weeks.
New Yorker, with 900 sq. m. of retail space in Galeria Kazimierz, offers brands which are especially popular amongst young people: Fishbone, Fishbone sister, Amisu and SMOG. New Yorker’s collection is mainly aimed at young inhabitants of big cities who, irrespective of current fashion trends, want to be unique and keep a high profile that corresponds to other youth culture phenomena. Its wide product range includes not only clothes for every occasion, but also lots of accessories.
”Our customers are certain to be taken by the collections in ZARA and New Yorker. Thanks to their broad product range and styles that correspond with all the latest fashions, even the youngest clients will find something special,” says Rafał Elżanowski, the Managing Director of GTC Galeria Kazimierz. “Galeria Kazimierz is going to become the place to visit for fashion shopping in Kraków,” he continues.
The Audio-visual giant SONY has created special SONY centres for the most demanding users of its equipment. These are the only places where customers can acquaint themselves with all the advantages of SONY’s world-class products. Each and every client will receive individual service. Apart from its broad range of products, the SONY centre also offers complete after-sales service. The SONY Centre store in Galeria Kazimierz takes up 141 sq. m.
HAIR COIF is a chain of French hairdressing salons that offer a wide range of services, along with professional advice for men and women alike. There is also the opportunity to buy cosmetics in-store, from such renowned brands as: HAIRCOIF, L’Oreal and Kerastase.
North Fish restaurants have been operating in the Polish market since 2002. They focuses on fish dishes as well as frutti di mare. At North Fish all dishes are prepared using modern technology and are made from natural ingredients.
”We would like to secure access to the latest and best quality products on the market for Galeria Kazimierz’s customers, and this also applies to the field of services. In my view SONY Centre, HAIR COIF and the North Fish restaurant will attract a lot of loyal visitors,” comments Rafał Elżanowski.
Galeria Kazimierz is Globe Trade Centre’s (GTC) largest investment in Kraków, worth 70 million EURO, and after Galeria Mokotów in Warsaw is the company’s second modern retail & entertainment centre in Poland. With an area of 36,200 sq. m. it houses over 160 brand-name stores. Hennes & Mauritz (1,800 sq. m. over 2-levels), C&A (1,300 sq. m.). are among the largest tenants. Other large outlets belong to companies such as: Reserved (1,300 sq. m.), Cubus (700 sq. m.) and Carry (600 sq. m.). The Kraków-based company Alma Market has opened its flagship delicatessen in Galeria Kazimierz, taking 3,000 sq. m. An EMPiK store provides a wide-range of books, newspapers from across the world, CDs, DVDs and films in the VHS format. In Galeria Kazimierz there is also a Euro RTV AGD outlet stocking household electricals, a Superpharm pharmacy, and the perfume stores Sephora and Marionnaud. On top of all this there is also a brand-new 10-screen Cinema City multiplex.
Galeria Kazimierz, as a patron of culture, co-operates with the International Triennial Graphics Exhibition Association (SMTG). One of the tenements in the complex houses an exhibition entitled “Słowo, obraz, dźwięk” (“Word, Picture, Sound”), which shows a unique collection of works from artists that have received accolades from international juries (International Graphics Triennial Exhibition – Kraków 2000 and Kraków 2003). The exhibition presents a broad range of printing techniques, from the traditional to the large-scale computer graphic prints, which have recently been so popular amongst the youngest generation of artists.
Customers of Galeria Kazimierz have access to a comfortable car park with 1,800 spaces.
Tram routes: 1,7,9,14,22 to Rondo Grzegórzeckiego
Tram routes: 3,9,11,13,24 to ul. Starowiślna
Bus routes: 115, 125, 128, 425 to Rondo Grzegórzeckiego
Monday – Saturday: 10-22