Galeria Młociny Location City: Warsaw, Poland

Retail, Leisure, Office
Architecture, Interiors
Master Management Group / EPP and Echo Investment



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Key Info

200 stores, a 10-screen multiplex cinema, a gym, a bowling alley, office space and more than 6,000m² of F&B (the largest food hall in Poland).
85,000m² GLA
Opened in 2019

New brand names and Poland's largest food hall

The 85,000m² GLA Galeria Młociny development, in Warsaw’s Bielany district, creates an attractive destination for the city’s foodies, families and trendsetters, providing access to over 200 stores (including several brand names new to the Warsaw retail scene), a 10-screen multiplex cinema with fully reclining seats, a gym, a bowling alley, more than 6,000m² of F&B (the largest food hall in Poland) and several thousand square metres of office space for a car rental company – providing a sustainable and vibrant environment for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds.

Retail, leisure and relaxation zones

A ‘fashion avenue’ featuring nearly 8m-high shopfronts has been designed to evoke a high street feeling. F&B and entertainment spaces with cosy pubs, restaurants, cafés and street food vendors occupy the entire second floor, connecting directly to a 2,500m² roof garden filled with over 1,500 shrubs and trees and offering panoramic views. There is also a family zone with indoor and outdoor play options for children, a 200m² dancefloor, 20 workstations in a co-working zone and more than 2,000 car parking spaces, along with a city bicycle rental station.


Chapman Taylor designed this 225,000m² GBA mixed-use scheme in collaboration with Kuryłowicz & Associates, on behalf of Master Management Group, which later sold the project to EPP and Echo Investment. The F&B area was subsequently modified by Broadway Malyan after a separate competition for just that zone.

The development won “Green Building of the Year”, and the scheme’s clients EPP and Echo Investment won “Retail Investment of the Year” at the 2019 Prime Property Prize Awards.

Chapman Taylor designed this scheme in collaboration with Kuryłowicz & Associates, on behalf of Master Management Group, which later sold the project to EPP and Echo Investment.

Aleksandra Zentile-Miller (MA Dip Arch RIBA SARP)

Director, Warsaw

Aleksandra (Alex) has extensive experience working on a wide range of projects in the UK, the CEE region and internationally.

She joined Chapman Taylor in 1987 and, since the early 1990s, has focused on Central and Eastern European projects. Alex was instrumental in Chapman Taylor’s Warsaw studio opening in 1999, and she is now responsible for its business development.

Alex is a founding Board Member of the Polish Council of Shopping Centres and an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centres and the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce.

Alex speaks Polish, English, French and Russian.

Area of Expertise:

Retail / Mixed-use / Masterplanning

Aleksandra (Alex) ma bogate doświadczenie w pracy przy różnorodnych projektach w Wielkiej Brytanii, regionie Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej i na arenie międzynarodowej.

Dołączyła do Chapman Taylor w 1987r. i od wczesnych lat 90-tych skupia się na projektach w Europie Środkowo-Wschodniej. Odegrała kluczową rolę w otwarciu warszawskiego studia Chapman Taylor w 1999r., a obecnie jest odpowiedzialna za rozwój biznesu.

Alex jest współzałożycielem oraz Członkiem Zarządu Polskiej Rady Centrów Handlowych, aktywnym członkiem Międzynarodowej Rady Centrów Handlowych oraz Brytyjsko-Polskiej Izby Handlowej. Języki: polski, angielski, francuski i rosyjski.

Obszary specjalizacji:

Obiekty Handlowe / Zespoły Wielofunkcyjne / Urbanistyka i Planowanie Przestrzenne

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