Gemini Park Tychy is being expanded. The facility will gain 7 thousand square meters.

Gemini Park Tychy is growing. The expansion of the largest shopping centre in Tychy, started in March this year, is progressing. The skeleton of the new part of the facility is also slowly emerging. As a result of the works carried out, the gallery, which today has 36.6 thousand square metres, will be enlarged to 44 thousand square metres.

The new part, which is to have about 7,000 sqm, will house a modern multi-screen cinema, as well as new restaurants and cafés and service points. The new part will also be connected with the currently existing restaurant zone, which will result in the extension of the zone. The extended part will also include a playroom for children.

The new part of the gallery takes shape

- Despite the pandemic, work on the construction site is going according to plan, and the new part of the gallery is gradually taking shape, climbing upwards. Commercialisation is also underway. Currently, talks are being held with tenants who are interested in locating their brands in a larger gallery - says Tomasz Misztalewski, director of Gemini Park Tychy.

Thanks to the expansion, Gemini Park will not only gain the entertainment offer, which is currently lacking here, but will also enrich its gastronomic offer. This includes 12 premises.

- The expansion will enable us to enter the group of the largest shopping malls in Silesia. It will also allow us to fully exploit the potential of the facility. The development of the entertainment offer, as well as the appearance of new restaurants, will strengthen our position in the region and attract new customers from Tychy, but also from several dozen neighboring towns - says Misztalewski.

Strong tenant-mix Gemin Park Tcychy

Gemini Park is one of the most modern shopping malls in Poland and the first so large in Tychy. On the area of 36.6 thousand square meters we will find nearly 130 shops, restaurants and service points. The facility is located in the direct vicinity of the busy DK1 route, connecting, among others, Silesia and Podbeskidzie, only 3.5 km from the city centre.

Among the tenants of the mall are, among others, the following H&M, TK Maxx, Reserved, Vistula, Wólczanka, Bytom, New Yorker, Cropp, Mohito, Sinsay, House, Kubenz, Quiosque, Big Star, Lavard, Diverse, Medicine, Monnari, Pako Lorente, Chessboard, Calzedonia, Gatta, Orsay, Lee/Wrangler/Levi's, Apart, W.Kruk, By Dziubeka, Swiss, Time Trend, Yes, CCC, Deichmann, Ochnik, Ryłko, Wittchen, Wojas, Comfort, Bathroom Comfort, Jysk, home&you, Pepco, Homla, Douglas, Endorphine, Hebe, Kontigo, Inglot, Rossmann, Vision Express, Yves Rocher, Ziaja, Empik, Kolporter, World of Books, Smyk, Coccodrillo. The services in Gemini Park include over 30 points, including Factory of Form, Orange, T-Mobile, Play, Plus, Polish Post Office, Maxi ZOO, Tauron, Ithaca, Rainbow Tours and E-Smoking World. The food operator of the gallery is Biedronka. The shopping centre also houses 13 restaurants, including KFC, McDonald's, City Kebab, Mihiderka, Grycan, Lodomania, Olimp, Polski Table and Thai Express. The owner of the facility is the Krakow-based developer Gemini Holding.