“Peek & Cloppenburg” chose “Mega” for chain expansion in Lithuania
Europeans’ beloved “Peek & Cloppenburg” with wide assortment of well-known brands will settle down in Kaunas soon. After 7 years of operating in Lithuania, the famous fashion store chain determined to expand. For new store they chose shopping and leisure centre “Mega”, which is currently implementing an expansion project.
According to Rasa Vyšniauskienė, Head of “Baltic RED” Marketing Department, which is “Mega” managing company, “Peek & Cloppenburg” will be the biggest operator of fashion goods in “Mega” shopping and leisure centre. The new store will be located on two shopping centre’s floors. According to her, in lease agreement, which was coordinated for a year and has recently been signed, there are store expansion opportunities for the future.
“We believe that the signed agreement with Europe’s recognized fashion trade operator “Peek & Cloppenburg” will be useful for Kaunas’ residents and town guests. Now in one place they will be offered a diverse assortment of fashion for men and women at attractive prices, including such world-famous brands as Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, Review and many others”, – said R.Vyšniauskienė.
Currently, the construction works of shopping and leisure centre’s “Mega“ expansion project are well under way, planned to complete them in 2016, November. Very soon, for clients’ comfort a spacious multi-storey car parking will be opened.
After the expansion, the shopping centre’s space will increase by 40 percent – up to 102 thousand sq. meters, and “Mega” will become the biggest shopping and leisure centre in Middle Lithuania. Number of lessee will increase to 200, from which even 70 will be new operators. There will be such famous fashion brands like H&M, Marc O’Polo, Gerry Weber, Springfiel, United Colors of Benetton, Women‘secret, Esprit, Jack&Jones, Regatta, Napapijri, Laura Ashley, Waggon Paris, Calzedonia, Cortefiel, Hiatus, Cream, Pedro del Hierro and others. „Baltic Shopping Centers“ invests 47 million. Euros in development of shopping and leisure centre “Mega“.