Fabryka Formy in Galeria Amber
The biggest fitness centre in Kalisz is to be opened in Galeria Amber, which is developed by Echo Investment, as part of Fabryka Formy chain.
The Fabryka Formy fitness club in Galeria Amber will have an area in excess of 1,300 sqm. “We appreciate the new cooperation very much. The project which is carried out by Echo Investment is a guarantee of high quality of the facility and partner relations. With every new opening of a fitness club in a shopping centre Fabryka Formy appreciates the importance of its cooperation with the investor. Our company’s strategy involves initiation of campaigns that promote healthy lifestyle. We hope that we will also be able to implement them in Kalisz,” says Alicja Liczba, marketing and PR director in Fabryka Formy.
“We are glad that the largest fitness club in Kalisz is to be opened in Galeria Amber. Fabryka Formy is an experienced and popular brand in Greater Poland, which guarantees a top quality service,” says Michał Banasik, leasing manager in the Shopping Centre Department at Echo Investment.
Fabryka Formy S.A. has been operating in the field of fitness and wellness since 2009. Since 2011 it has been quoted on the NewConnect market. Its business model involves the development of a modern fitness centre chain under the name of Fabryka Formy. It currently has four fitness clubs which are located in Greater Poland.
Galeria Amber is a four-storey shopping and entertainment centre which is being developed in the centre of Kalisz, near the main railway and bus stations, at the crossroads of Górnośląska Street and Trasa Burszytnowa. It has a leasable area of 33,500 sqm. The construction of the project is progressing according to schedule. The commercialization of the project is nearing the end and amounts to 95 pct. Contracts have already been signed with anchor tenants: an E.Leclerc hypermarket, a Helios cinema, H&M, C&A, New Yorker, RTV Euro AGD, Reserved, House, Deichmann, Mohito, Cropp Town, Sinsay, Matras, CCC, Rossmann, 4F, Adidas, Reebok, Nike, Puma, Smyk, Empik and Lee Wrangler. The facility will have a hypermarket as well as 140 shops and service outlets including cafes and restaurants. There is also a 7-screen cinema planned, the operator of which will be Helios. Customers will be able to use approx. 1,000 parking spaces.