Scandinavia’s largest shopping centre will comprise approximately 250 stores and more than 100,000 square metres of shopping space. The Mall of Scandinavia, which is owned by Unibail-Rodamco, also offers excellent parking facilities on several levels with a total of 4,000 parking spots.
Fashion and design
The Mall of Scandinavia will have 101,000 square metres of retail space, more than the combined space of NK, Gallerian, Sturegallerian, Åhléns City and PUB in Stockholm. The shopping experience will also be inspired by surroundings based on the four elements of water, air, fire and earth.
The tenants that have chosen to establish operations include the Spanish clothing chain Mango, which will open a flagship store offering men’s and children’s clothing. The Mall will also include brands such as Hugo Boss and J. Lindeberg, offering both men’s and women’s collections, as well as the internationally acclaimed Michael Kors, which will open its first store in a Swedish shopping centre.
Other fashion concepts that will be featured include Vila, Jack & Jones, Vero Moda, Selected, Only, Lindex, Gina Tricot, Björn Borg and Oxygene. Visitors will also find a large range of cosmetics and beauty products from brands such as L’Occitane and Rituals.
Rich restaurant life
There will be no shortage of food and drinks either, provided by a large variety of cafés, restaurants and fast-food establishments. These include Espresso House, Starbucks and Zócalo with a Tex-Mex theme. Joe & the Juice from Denmark will also be opening.
Expanding range of services
In terms of the range of other services, the offering includes Apoteket Hjärtat (pharmacy), Systembolaget (state liquor store) and Synoptik (optician) and interest in establishing operations in the Mall is continuously increasing.
Cutting-edge cinema experience
The Mall of Scandinavia will have the most modern cinema in Sweden, and the entire Nordic region, offering a movie experience beyond the normal. SF Bio is making its biggest investment ever in creating a cinema measuring 9,000 square metres.
This will include a total of 15 screens, of which four will be part of a VIP unit with a separate entrance. Cinemagoers will also be able to enjoy first-class meals from a restaurant run by a well-known Swedish chef.