New tenants for Nivy Station
All LPP concepts in one place with the largest floor space
This autumn, Nivy Station – the heart of the Nové Nivy zone – will be beating to the same rhythm of every lover of shopping, good food and relaxation. Almost three quarters of the centre already know its future tenants thanks, in no small part, to the latest addition – the fashion chain LPP, which will bring its entire portfolio to Nivy Station.
Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito, and Sinsay will occupy nearly 6,000 square metres, the largest area on the market, and LPP’s flagship brand Reserved will even present itself as a two-storey concept.
The construction work is progressing according to plan, bringing Nivy Station closer to its successful opening. At the end of last year, brands such as Zara, Zara Home, Oysho, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, and Pull&Bearjoined in. Nivy Station’s fashion portfolio has been now complemented byReserved, Cropp, House, Mohito, and Sinsay from the Polish LPP group, a well-known and extremely popular brands on the Slovak market. Nivy Station will also feature the men’s brands Blažek and Ozeta, as well as New Yorker, which is focused on younger customers.
This extraordinary project will be the centre of the emerging Nové Nivy zone, but it simultaneously aspires to comfortably serve customers from all over the Bratislava region. Therefore, it will not only have one supermarket concept, but two. In addition to Lidl, Yeme will open its largest operation on the market and bring many new features, including a gluten-free bakery. Vapiano restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine will be the newcomer on the market.
The online retailer Alza will also move from the temporary bus station to the new premises, bringing a showroom as well as the Alza Drive concept.