Old Tesco building in Bratislava may take the historic name of the city

The new department store OD Presporok will mainly sell foodstuffs.

The former Tesco department store. The former Tesco department store. (Source: Sme)

After the iconic building complex of the Tesco department store in the centre of Bratislava changed hands about a year ago, its future fate and name are becoming clearer. The assortment of goods originally offered here should be continued but the Tesco chain will be replaced by other retailers. The new owner also wants to strengthen the provision, especially the foodstuffs that are available. In total, the building will now house 14 food vendors, bratislavskenoviny.sk wrote.

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“We want the food court to be be attractive to Bratislavans as well as tourists,” said Žilina-based businessman George Trabelssie, as cited by the website of the local newspaper Bratislavské Noviny, adding that they want to have all the outlets opened within two months.

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