Katowice was ranked first in the fDi Magazine (Financial Times group) ranking “Polish Cities of the Future 2019/20”, which assesses the attractiveness of Polish cities for foreign investment in terms of economic potential, human resources, cost efficiency, infrastructure, transport accessibility, business friendliness and strategies for attracting foreign investment.Katowice was also on the podium in the category related to transport infrastructure and accessibility: “Top 5 Large Polish Cities of the Future 2019/20 – Connectivity”, taking 3rd place among large Polish cities. The Silesian capital also came first in the ranking organised by Forbes magazine as the most ecological city in Poland in 2019. Katowice creates trends – this is what the Forbes experts said, who appreciated the local government’s effort to prevent and fight environmental deterioration.
Katowice is the main city of the Silesian Voivodeship. Over 4.5 million people live in the entire region.
There are 59.6% of Silesia’s population in working age (CSO, 2019),
In 2019, 275 people were working per 1000 inhabitants,
with the national average at 251 people (CSO),
The average gross monthly salary in September 2020 was: 5424.57 PLN.
In DL Shopping Center Katowice, consumers will find, among others, shops of such brands as Stokrotka, Rossmann, Dealz, Pepco or SKJ Centrum Medyczne.
DL Shopping Center Katowice is located in the south of the city, in the Piotrowice-Ochojec district. It is an area with a high density of residential development, hence the high footfall generated by families with children. The district in which the project is located has 25,000 inhabitants.Size of retail park: 4,414 sqm (GLA)
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