Hamilton May would like to present a small, perfectly positioned retail space measuring 29 m2 located on the first floor of the prestigious Rynek 13 shopping centre on the old town square.
Hamilton May would like to present a small, perfectly positioned retail space measuring 34 m2 located on the first floor of the prestigious Rynek 13 shopping centre on the old town square.
Hamilton May presents a unique place is ideal for activities such as: beauty studio, aesthetic medicine or a tattoo parlor located in a newly renovated building at Nadwiślańska boulevards.
Hamilton May specializes in the offer of shops and retail spaces for rent in Krakow, mainly in central areas of the city. We are pleased to offer a selection of up to date shop and retail space rental listings in Krakow.
Krakow has a mixture of different shop and retail space types to rent from offers in historic buildings on main thoroughfares in the city centre through to modern shopping centres. In recent years, as Krakow has become more prosperous, many new retail and shopping complexes have been built to meet local demand.
For retailers who wish to be in the old centre of Krakow, there is a mixture of shop spaces available to rent in historic tenement buildings. In the old town, several streets such as ul. Grodzka, ul. Florianska and ul. Szewska get a huge amount of daily foot traffic, so retailers will pay top dollar to be in such a location. On streets such as these, retail rents can rise to as much as 200 PLN per square metre per month. Just outside of the old town are several important high streets with a mixture of retail tenants, including ul. Długa, ul. Karmelicka, ul. Starowislna and ul. Krakowska. Retail space rents on such street are typically approximately 80-100 PLN per m2 per month.
Throughout Krakow, there are several large and modern shopping centres. In the centre, there is Galeria Krakowska, joined to the central railway station, which is arranged over 3 levels. Also close to the centre is Galeria Kazimierz, which in addition to retail outlets also houses a cinema complex. Other major shopping centres in Krakow include Plaza on Aleja Pokoju and Bonarka to the south of the centre. Rents for retail spaces in such shopping malls can be high, but tenants are guaranteed high numbers of shoppers.