Mall of Berlin

Mall of Berlin

Description

In September 2014, the Mall of Berlin on Leipziger Platz opened its doors. Covering 76,000 m2 and offering 270 stores, this is the second largest shopping centre in Berlin and offers visitors a wide range of clothing, electronics, entertainment and gastronomy.

In addition, the new city district arising on the once war-ravaged Leipziger Platz is home to a fitness centre owned by Madonna, a hotel, an underground car park, and numerous commercial and residential buildings. The LP12 Mall of Berlin, or simply Mall of Berlin, is a shopping mall in Berlin, Germany.

The shopping area at the Mall of Berlin covers 76,000 square metres and is home to about 270 fashion, shoe and consumer electronic retailers, but also gift shops, a large food court and a supermarket. The building complex also includes places of entertainment, restaurants, a hotel, offices and apartments.

In the basement of the mall, visitors can shop for gifts, cosmetics and convenience goods. While the ground floor accommodates upmarket fashion labels and fashion accessories, the shops on the first floor offer a selection of less pricey everyday fashion, footwear and jewellery. Stores on the second floor sell children’s clothes. The food court is located on the second floor as well.

Architectural highlight of the building is the piazza at the centre of the shopping mall. Situated under a vast curved glass roof, it offers views of the House of Lords of Prussia (seat of the German Federal Council) and protects shoppers from the elements. With more than 1,000 spaces, the underground car park provides ample parking opportunities.

The exclusive Mall of Berlin offers shopping in the heart of the city. Stroll through the elegant shopping center.

The Mall of Berlin at Leipziger Platz offers high-quality shopping pleasure in around 270 shops, plus numerous snack bars, restaurants and leisure facilities.

Shops

In addition to international chains such as Zara, H&M and Douglas, luxury brands such as Armani Exchange, Massimo Dutti, Karl Lagerfeld, Tommy Hilfiger, 7 for all mankind, Hollister and Max & Co have also opened their stores in the Mall of Berlin. In addition to the fashion and lifestyle stores, the shopping center also hosts a Hertha BSC shop and the electronics store Saturn.  

Eating & Drinking in the Food Court

For a break while shopping, the Food Court on the second floor in the west wing offers a large selection of restaurants and snack bars with burgers, curry sausage, ice-cream cafés and international street food.

Architecture & History

Architecturally, the shopping center impresses with its simple elegance with bright stone and a glass roof. In the middle is the large piazetta between two wings, in which the boutiques and shops are located.
The Wertheim department store, one of the best known in Berlin, used to be located on this site. In the 90s the legendary Technoclub Tresor used the former vault. After the Gropiuspassagen, the Mall of Berlin, opened in 2014, is the second largest shopping mall in Berlin.

Leisure opportunities

Every Tuesday there is a running meeting for a six-kilometre run through the Tiergarten. Meeting point is in the piazza.
And daily at 6 pm free open dance workshops for tango, salsa and standard will take place in the piazza, followed by free dancing until 9 pm.

Parking

The Mall of Berlin has a multi-storey car park with access roads in Voßstraße and Wilhelmstraße. There are numerous bicycle parking spaces around the shopping center.

Near the Mall of Berlin

After reunification, the old standing quarters on Leipziger Platz were rebuilt. Besides the Dalí Museumyou can also visit the German Spy Museum. In addition to the Canadian Embassy, there are other shops on Leipziger Platz, including a large Uniclo. Potsdamer Platz is right next door with further shopping facilities as well as theatres, cinemas and restaurants

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