Shopping centre expansion
Supernova Ljubljana Rudnik shopping centre, located in Ljabljana, Slovenia, is undergoing a major expansion to become the largest and most modern shopping centre in the country.
The shopping centre is being developed by Supernova Group in a phased manner. Phase one of the development was completed in 2008, while phase two began in September 2020. The expansion is expected to be completed in 2022.
The expansion project involves an investment of €70m ($82.56m) and is expected to create 800 jobs.
The shopping centre is located within the Ljubljana Rudnik shopping zone directly opposite to the E.Leclerc Hypermarket.
It is accessible through two highways that directly link to the centre of Ljubljana and other areas of Slovenia.
The shopping centre is located on the south-eastern edge of Ljubljana. The centre is 25 minutes away from Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport.
The primary visitors of the mall are from the southern part of Ljubljana which is the transportation hub and economic centre of Slovenia.
Supernova Ljubljana Rudnik is a multi-level shopping centre that spans a leasable area of 30,000m², including 1,400 parking spaces and 70 shops.
The second phase concept includes modernisation of the existing mall, an extension of the centre, enhanced broadened tenant mix, increased and improved services and the relaunch of its marketing concept.
The mall expansion will bring the total floor area of the mall to 65,000m² on two levels. The leasable area will be increased to 50,000m² with 2,264 parking spaces and 130 shops of national and international brands.
The shopping centre will have an open mall architecture with a plaza featuring a striking glass dome, attractive design elements and lighting effects. It will have a new multiplex cinema with seven screens, a two-storey food court, multi-functional space for events and exhibitions as well as a playground. The vertical gardens surrounding the mall will increase the scenic view.
A four-storey car park will be built on the existing parking area between E.Leclerc and Supernova. It will connect the two shopping centres and will have 1,800 parking spaces.
The ground floor of the mall is connected directly to the multi-level parking garage. Multiple escalators at the shopping centre provide quick access between the floors at the mall. The spacious layout of the mall provides a positive shopping experience to the customers. The first floor of the mall provides direct access to the multi-level parking garage and the catering area.
The shopping facility includes 20 parking spaces for parents with children and 30 parking spaces for disabled visitors.
The fashion retailers at the mall include brands such as Calzedonia, H&M, Galileo, Lisca, New Yorker, Parfois, Peek & Cloppenburg, Promod, Tom Tailor, C &A and Tommy Hilfiger. The mall houses clothing stores such as Bambini, Idexe and Okaidi.
The accessories and jewellery stores at the mall include Pandora, Samsonite, Bags&More, Optika Feliks and Slowatch. Other stores at the mall include Gardenia, Clavis, Mercator, Sensilab misli Zdravo, Supernova Car Wash.
The food court at the mall will include different culinary concepts. The dining options at the shopping facility are Running Sushi & Wok, Rajska ptica, Segafredo, Cantina Mexicana, Dober pek za dober tek, Kavarna Poligon, Piazza del Papa and Vozi Misko.
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