UK-based architectural firm Broadway Malyan has completed the concept masterplan for the Mall of Baltia, a retail and leisure centre to be built at Kaliningrad, Russia.
Developed on behalf of project developer Gamma Invest Group, the 100,000m² Mall of Baltia project will include a large shopping mall, restaurant area, amusement park, in addition to a sports centre and water sports centre, with parking for over 3,000 vehicles.
Broadway Malyan Warsaw-based director of architecture Robert Kaminski said: "Completion of the concept masterplan is a major milestone in this key project and a further success for our expert design team in Poland, which is partnering with clients across a range of sectors on the back of our strong reputation in the retail sector in the CEE region and enhancing its presence in the CIS region."
Claimed to be the largest of its kind in the region of Kaliningrad, the new mall will incorporate a varied range of recreational, entertainment and sporting facilities to boost the retail element.
After completion, the Mall of Baltia will house a grocery hypermarket, a DIY hypermarket, an electronics and household appliances hypermarket, a furniture hypermarket and a sportswear and leisure goods department store.
Broadway Malyan will also be responsible for the provision of a range of complete masterplanning and architectural design services to developer Gamma Invest Group as the project moves ahead.
During early November, the UK architectural firm had won a competition to design a residential renovation scheme at Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum in Krakow, Poland.
Image: Upon the construction, the new Mall of Baltia would be the first and largest of its kind ‘super’ retail and leisure centre in Kaliningrad. Photo: Courtesy of Broadway Malyan.