Somewhat bizarrely, the new shopping complex is located next to another shopping mall – Wrocław Fashion outlet.
Mińska 58 is a lot smaller than it’s neighbouring shopping centre, but does sport a few different shops. It’s main supermarket is Biedronka, while there are a few local businesses that have set up shop there too, including a craft beer pub.
The new centre increases the amount of retail space per 1000 citizens still further.
According to a report by Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Real Estate Brokers, the arrival of the Wroclavia centre in 2017 made Wrocław Europe’s retail capital. This is due to the fact that the city has 900 square metres of retail space per 1000 inhabitants. That’s more than anywhere else in Europe and approximately 4 times higher than in London.
The figure is also set to increase next year due to the arrival of ‘N-Park’, which is being constructed on the border between the Maślice and Stabłowice districts.