Iconic URBAN Shopping Centre

Unique offices, gastronomy, shopping, and a cinema in the heart of Košice

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The iconic building on Main Street in Košice, characteristically named URBAN Shopping Centre, opens its gates in the spring of 2021.

URBAN Shopping Centre offers a combination of everyday goods, practical services, exceptional gastronomy, an impressive cinema and a versatile workspace.

A modern interior, thoughtful service structure and a completely preserved facade will be the result of the approximately year-long reconstruction.

Out of sight and far from busy Main Street, the roof of the iconic URBAN building contains office spaces afforded with the best views of Košice’s Old Town as well as the surrounding scenery.

The food hall, spreading over one floor, has a wide variety of cuisines on its menu, which is an exceptional added value for employees. In addition, everyone will appreciate the useful commercial premises, open in the evening hours too.

URBAN introduces an exclusive concept to the city centre, combining top-class offices, an immersive food hall and well-thought-out amenities.

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Location: Hlavná 111, Košice
Completion date: 03/2021

Project type: retail & entertainment and office
Number of floors: 6
Gross built area: 14,150 m2
Gross lettable area: 9,600 m2
Gross office space: 1,600 m2
Gross retail space: 8,000 m2

Developer: ARKON, a. s., Strážska cesta 12, Zvolen 960 01,

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