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The Mall of Baltia, Kaliningrad, Russia 
Tuesday 26 Nov 2013
 
Initial images of The Mall of Baltia 
 
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Broadway Malyan releases concept masterplan for 'super' retail & leisure scheme 

The concept masterplan has been completed for The Mall of Baltia, the first ‘super’ retail and leisure centre in the region of Kaliningrad, a seaport city and the administrative centre of Kaliningrad Oblast, the Russian enclave between Poland and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea.

The design for the 100,000 sq m scheme, which will be the largest of its kind in the region, has been completed by global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan, which will provide a range of detailed masterplanning and architectural design services to developer Gamma Invest Group as the project advances.

The Mall of Baltia will include a large shopping mall, restaurant area, amusement park, as well as a sports centre and water sports centre, with parking for over 3,000 vehicles. It has been designed to provide a strong sense of place, with an inclusive and diverse range of recreational, entertainment and sporting facilities to enhance the retail element.

Broadway Malyan’s Warsaw-based Director of Architecture Robert Kaminski said: “Completion of the concept masterplan is a major milestone in this key project and a further success for our expert design team in Poland, which is partnering with clients across a range of sectors on the back of our strong reputation in the retail sector in the CEE region and enhancing its presence in the CIS region.”

Key Facts

Status Concept design
Value 0(m€)
Broadway Malyan
www.broadwaymalyan.com

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