The transformation of Madrid’s 123,000 sqm. Parque Corredor shopping center advances rapidly and first units have been handed over to Inditex Group. Zara, Pull & Bear, Bershka and Stradivarius stores will open after this summer.
Madrid, July 20, 2020 – The renovation works of Parque Corredor Shopping Center, aimed at transforming the leading shopping center in the Torrejón de Ardoz area into one of retail centers of reference in the NE Madrid region, continue to advance at a fast pace. Despite the extensive measures issued by the Spanish government in response to COVID-19, more than 300 workers continued construction works in shifts during the so-called lockdown period, after assuring the implementation of a very strict Health & Safety protocol.
As planned, four commercial units had been handed over to the Inditex Group. The units, which will be home to Zara, Bershka, Pull & Bear and Stradivarius, comprise more than 6,000 square meters. The Zara unit will be one of the largest stores in the shopping center totalling about 3,800 meters.
El Corte Inglés has already reopened a few months ago, covering a surface of more than 3,000 square meters. The stores of Sports Direct (2,900 square meters), Kiabi (1,600 square meters) and Sfera (1,100 square meters) are scheduled to reopen in the second half of August. Furthermore, redevelopment works are underway during July in many stores such as Women Secret, New Yorker, Inside anticipating opening this autumn.
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