Mall of Scandinavia
Mall of Scandinavia is a shopping mall located in Solna in Stockholm, Sweden. It was inaugurated on November 12, 2015, and is the second largest mall in the Nordic countries with 224 stores, many of them with double-height storefronts up to 8 m (26 ft) tall. 50,000 shoppers showed up to the opening of the mall. About 20-25% of the leasable area is dedicated to experiences, including 22 restaurants and a 15 screen multiplex with the first purpose-built commercial IMAX theatre in the Nordic region. The shopping mall has 3,700 parking spaces and a retail gross leasable area of 101,048 m2 (1,087,670 sq ft). The building also house an additional 42,000 m2 (450,000 sq ft) of office space and condominiums.
|Opening date||November 2015|
|No. of stores and services||224|
|Total retail floor area||101,048 m2 (1,087,670 sq ft)|
|No. of floors||3|
|Public transit access||Solna Station, commuter rail|
The project cost is estimated at SEK 6,1 billion and the mall is owned by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield with Peab as the main contractor. Located near the Solna commuter rail station, approximately seven minutes from the Stockholm city centre, and the E4 highway, it is part of the Arenastaden project, which includes 450,000 m2 (4,800,000 sq ft) of new office space, the Friends national football arena and 1,500 residential units.
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