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  • Galeria Północna in Warsaw

Shop, Wine, and Dine at Galeria Północna

A modern and functional new shopping centre will open its doors in Warsaw (Poland) in April 2017. ArcelorMittal was the main steel supplier and our long products mill in Warsaw provided 6,000 tonnes of rebars.

ArcelorMittal: main steel supplier

This massive project composed of a 64,000 m² shopping centre and an underground car park required a strong material such as steel to reinforce the concrete parts of the building. ArcelorMittal Warszawaprovided 6,000 tonnes of rebars which were used to reinforce the foundations of the centre and of the underground car park.

Galeria Północna will contribute to the attraction of the Białołęka district, in the North East of the capital city. It will not only attract customers living in the area but also from other districts of Warsaw and its surrounding.


A brand new shopping centre reinforced with ArceloMittal rebars

Shopping and recreation

Galeria Północna will be part soon of the Warsaw agglomeration, the biggest retail market in Poland. This is the first big shopping centre in the Białołęka district of Warsaw. It will serve one of the dynamic north-eastern part of Warsaw, where more than 140,000 people live.          

The shopping mall will comprise in total 250 stores located on 3 floors as well as a cinema multiplex with 11 rooms and several restaurants for a total of 64,000 m² of leasable space. The project involves the active use of the roof, where a garden with an open children playground will be built. An underground parking will also be constructed, offering for 2,000 parking spaces.

The construction of Galeria Północna began in July 2015 and should be completed in April 2017, the inauguration should take place in the summer 2017.


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