14 January 2014

TPS Real Estate approves general contractor for Galereya Novosibirsk

TPS Real Estate signed a general contract for the construction of the 135,000-sqm retail project Galereya Novosibirsk with the biggest overseas construction holding company in Russia: Renaissance Construction.

TPS Real Estate approves general contractor for Galereya Novosibirsk

The classical fashion center Galereya Novosibirsk sits in the heart of Novosibirsk, at the intersection of major thruways, Gogol and Michurin streets, in the immediate proximity to two subway stops Krasny Prospekt and Sibirskaya. Given the location specifics, the project architect – the world-renowned RTKL bureau – suggested a number of interesting solutions. One of them is creating a unique to the city restaurant zone with panoramic window views. The list of anchor tenants features the Continent Vkusa supermarket, M.video electronics and home appliances store, Hamleys kid toys store, first in Novosibirsk multiplex theatre Luxor. The three levels will house more than 230 shops and 30 restaurant operators. Visitors will be treated to world-renowned brands Mango, Terranova, Incity, Reserved, Tommy Hilfiger, Baldinini as well as some brands that were not earlier represented in Novosibirsk, such as H&M, GAP, Michael Kors and others. To be fashioned at the top level is a built-in parking facility with 1,200 automobile spaces. The commissioning is scheduled for December 2014.

“We are positive that not only will the city dwellers get an ultramodern shopping and leisure center boasting the best in the city location and a strong pool of tenants in all pricing categories, but that this will be an architectural landmark as well. TPS Real Estate devoted special attention to architecture: the glass 30-meter-high entrance lobby will create the impression of airy space flooded with light, broad galleries will facilitate comfortable movement over the mall, while the abundance of architectural forms and water elements will turn any visit to the shopping center into a pleasure travel.”