100% occupancy achieved in Korso, shopping and entertainment centre in Jurmala
With great pleasure, we would like to share good news about the opening of the fully leased shopping and entertainment Galleria Korso in Jurmala which took place last Thursday, on 15 June.
It was hard work for almost a year to develop the strategy and positioning of the centre, as well as to create a decent tenant mix in order to satisfy a diverse demand of Jurmala customers. Despite the extremely seasonal nature of the city, our team managed to create a great combination of shops under one roof. While negotiating with tenants it was agreed to use their flexibility in selling goods and services to exploit the city’s seasonality as a benefit.
There will be a small, yet very specialised groceries store SENA BODE, along with the already popular boulangerie MADAM BRIOŠ on the ground floor, supported by services such as the ecological dry cleaning concept GREEN CLEAN PLUS and tourist-orientated souvenir shops. On the second floor customers will discover the first KOLONNA DAY SPA in Jūrmala offering a wide range of beauty services and a number of fashion stores, including a pop-up store by the renowned Latvian designer ALEXANDER PAVLOV.
On the upper floor customers will find a small boutique-type cinema and a large premium restaurant offering an unusual concept called meal&music. The spacious roof terrace will be used as an extension for the restaurant during high season and for special events and private parties. While parents are sipping coffee on the terrace, the younger visitors will be kept busy in the entertainment and educational centre ZILI BRINUMI, the concept of which is based on scientific (physics and chemistry) experiments.
We are sure GALERIJA KORSO will change the shopping habits of those living in Jurmala and attract guests from other cities in Latvia and abroad.
Galleria Korso is located on Jurmala’s busiest intersection of Tirgoņu Street and Jomas Street – the most famous pedestrian area. The leasable area is almost 3,000 sq. m and is on four floors. For more about the project see here.