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Spice Shopping Centre invests EUR 800,000 in promenade construction

Construction is currently underway in the Spice Shopping Centre complex on a promenade that will connect the Spice and Spice Home shopping centres. Once completed, moving on the promenade will be convenient and safe, with the benches and tables found there offering opportunities to enjoy time outdoors. The total investment for the project is EUR 800,000 and the completion of the promenade is planned for the end of September.

“Our wish is to create a pleasant and inspiring environment for our customers. The well thought-out architecture will enrich the environment around the shopping centres, making walking between the two centres more convenient, pleasant and safer,” said Kadrija Pudova, Managing Director of the Spice Shopping Centre. “Specially-designed module houses will be installed on the promenade, where eight tenants will offer gourmet products that meet the wishes of customers – from fresh vegetables, meat and seafood to different cuisines offered by restaurants.”

“In our everyday work and development projects we attempt to use sustainable solutions where possible. The promenade’s constructions and module houses will be made of wood, while solutions made from recycled materials will also be used. We will be installing solar panels on the roof, which will generate electricity for the heating and cooling of leased premises. In addition, we will be installing benches for our customers that are equipped with solar panels for charging electronic devices. We will also be creating a micromobility area, offering parking facilities for bicycles and electric scooters, and charging stations for electric cars,” said Artis Teibe, Head of Maintenance and Development at Spice and Spice Home.

The promenade was designed by SIA Lejnieku Projektesanas Birojs and reconstruction works are being carried out by SIA PRO DEV and contractor SIA Fabrum.