Imagine a retail opportunity that changes the way people shop in the fifth richest region in Europe. The combination of a shopping centre with a bus station and a marketplace creates the ideal conditions for great visit ratings, efficient traffic and high sales. Discover the future downtown of Bratislava and find out why Nivy Station is a key to successful retail.
A combination of an international bus station, a shopping mall, a market and lots of opportunities for free time activities- we are bringing a game changer to the local retail market.
Nivy Station is growing in the prestigious business district where the world's largest international players reside, and along with freelancers and start-ups, discussion and talent is concentrated in one place. All this is just a few minutes walk from the historic centre.
The international bus station and many nearby offices, new transport infrastructure in the neighbourhood and the connection to local transport will guarantee a tremendous visit rating.
The year-round Barcelona-style market and the green roof as big as two football fields will make Nivy Station a popular destination. You cannot find anything more complex in this region.
A rising amount of purchases and the buying behaviour of people create the ideal conditions for a new generation of retail which reflects the needs of the changing retail environment.
The project, in collaboration with HB Reavis, was designed by Benoy, BDP Architects and Space Syntax.
Nivy Station combines many concepts into one functional unit right in the heart of the capital. A stylish marketplace connected with a green roof, a convenient bus station and traffic of over 55,000 people a day represents a game changer for the retail market in the region. All of this is being created by an experienced retail partner who is building a modern centre in Bratislava.About the Project
Seemingly a small market offering tremendous retail opportunities. We’ll be happy to tell you more about them and introduce Nivy Station project.
Leasing specialists will gladly present you with the retail opportunities in Bratislava and advise you on entering the Slovak market.Contact
The Bratislava market is interesting for brands, not only with its rapid economic growth but also with the shopping behaviour of people. Don’t be fooled by its size: increasing revenue and the popularity of leisure shopping centres make Bratislava an attractive retail destination. This is proven by the increasing willingness to spend more money every year. Get ahead of the competition and be the first to make your mark on the Slovak market.Explore the Potential
Nivy Station is growing on the crossroads of the traffic arteries close to the historic centre of the city. The location excels not only with the presence of an international bus station and a lot of office space, but also with excellent transport links and a new boulevard. New Nivy is now the modern business centre of Bratislava.Explore the Location
The design of Nivy Station was made by famous foreign studios whose architects have worked on many successful shopping malls all over the world. Nivy Station will not only look good, but will work efficiently thanks to their experience.
The London Benoy studio specialises in shopping mall concepts and has completed many projects. Their unique approach is brought via London and Singapore to the architecture of Nivy Station.
The green roof of Nivy Station will bring a quality park looking roof. Designed by a specialised team of the second largest British atelier BDP, responsible for the construction of Chavasse park on the Liverpool riverside and even for the reconstruction of the London Parliament.
What’s important in a shopping mall is how people move around and how they navigate through it. Space Syntax studio, which also stands behind its popular Trafalgar Square solution in London, will create the interaction of people inside the mall.
33 Central, City of London
developed by HB Reavis
HB Reavis is behind the idea of the Nivy Station project and has had many successful world-class projects, from business districts and co-working spaces to Aupark, a network of five unique and modern shopping malls. More than 800 employees are currently working on 29 projects including One Waterloo in London and Warso Palace in Warsaw along with the Nivy Station.
Nivy Station is part of Bratislava's new business center and has teams of development and retail leasing working on it. They are redefining retail in the region with Nivy Station taking the lead.www.hbreavis.com