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Leading shopping centers ranked by size in Central and Eastern Europe 2017

Leading 20 shopping centers in Central and Eastern Europe (13 countries*) as of 2017, based on size of gross leasable area (in thousand square meters)

by Tugba Sabanoglu, last edited Sep 26, 2018
Leading shopping centers ranked by size in Central and Eastern Europe 2017 This statistic presents the leading twenty shopping centers in Central and Eastern Europe (13 countries) in 2017, based on the size of their gross leasable area. As of 2017, Aleja Bielany, an out of town shopping center and retail park located in Wroclaw, Poland, was the largest shopping center in Central and Eastern Europe, with around 131 thousand square meters in gross leasable area. Homepark Targowek, also located in Poland, and Baneasa in Bucharest, Romania, ranked in second and third place, covering areas of 124 square meters and over 120 square meters, respectively.
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Leading 20 shopping centers in Central and Eastern Europe (13 countries*) as of 2017, based on size of gross leasable area (in thousand square meters)

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by Tugba Sabanoglu, last edited Sep 26, 2018
This statistic presents the leading twenty shopping centers in Central and Eastern Europe (13 countries) in 2017, based on the size of their gross leasable area. As of 2017, Aleja Bielany, an out of town shopping center and retail park located in Wroclaw, Poland, was the largest shopping center in Central and Eastern Europe, with around 131 thousand square meters in gross leasable area. Homepark Targowek, also located in Poland, and Baneasa in Bucharest, Romania, ranked in second and third place, covering areas of 124 square meters and over 120 square meters, respectively.
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