4DX cinema at City Park Mall Constanta

city park constanta NEPI will invest 40 mil. Euros in expanding City Park  Mall Constanta and the first phase of the new wing, which will include a 4Dx cinema, will be opened in June this year.

It will be inaugurated the largest multiplex in Constanta, which will also be the first cinema with 4DX technology outside Bucharest.

The shopping center is developing with a lettable area of 21,000 sq m on the former parking space outside. Currently, the mall has a gross rentable area of 30,000 sq m.

City Park Mall is developing 40,000 sq m of built area, 21,000 lettable sq m.  The extension will include a cinema with 10 halls equipped with 4DX technology, a gym, a la carte and fast food restaurants, but also fashion brands. At the same time, the project which involves an investment of 40 mil. euro, provides a two-level underground parking, and parking spaces on the roof, a total of 1,400 parking spaces provided.

4Dx-cinema-150x150City Park Mall will become the main landmark of of fashion and entertainment in the city, respecting the environment and public demands of Constanta citizens. The investment is strategically important not only for NEPI but also for Constanta.

NEPI‘s portfolio also includes The Promenade mall, Vulcan Value Centre, Ploiesti Shopping City, Braila Mall, Galati Shopping City,  Shopping City Targu-Jiu and other shopping centers across the country, but also in Serbia and Slovakia. NEPI also owns office buildings Floreasca Business Park, The Lakeview in Bucharest, City Business Centre in Timisoara and The Office in Cluj.
On May 14, 2015, NEPI will inaugurate Mega Mall, the newest mall in Bucharest, close to National Arena
Source: wall-street.ro

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