92 300

sqm GLA

3200

PARKING SPACES

2009

CONSTRUCTION START

2009

PROJECT OPENING

250

MILLION EURO TOTAL

DEVELOPMENT COST

Bonarka for Business Building H

Bonarka for Business – Building G

Millennium Gardens

Awards


Bonarka City Center is the multifunctional city center built on a 19 hectare postindustrial site once occupied by a chemical factory in Podgórze, one of Krakow’s main districts. Krakow itself is considered to be the most beautiful city in Poland and the number one tourist destination for all visitors coming to the country.
The shopping center is located in the southern part of Krakow, close to the main residential developments of the city, a 10 minute drive from the historical center of Krakow. Within the gross building area of 257 000 m2
there are 260 shops, restaurants and service points, including Auchan, Leroy Merlin, Media Expert as well as the biggest cinema multiplex in Krakow, Cinema City. Free parking for over 3 200 vehicles is provided for customers. Furthermore, Bonarka City Center is one of the first shopping centers in the world, where the educational Youth Center “Siemacha spot”, was opened. In its total area of 700 m2 there are multifunctional, educational, multimedia and musical classrooms as well as a conference room.

We are proud of TriGranit winning the “Concept of the Year” award with its Millennium Gardens development at the Property Investment Forum in Budapest in November.
The impressive and dominant presence of the Millennium Gardens project at the Property Investment Forum in Budapest, an annual real-estate event held in Hungary’s capital, was the final element of the project’s intense communications campaign during autumn. Within the framework of the campaign, Millennium Gardens was present in several online and offline trade magazines, at Expo Real, and in social media as well. In addition, a spectacular project film was created and throughout the autumn a strong LinkedIn campaign was carried out.

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