On Tuesday, in the town of Lentvaris at Geležinkelio Street 38, a new Baltisches Haus shopping centre opened its doors to visitors. The company invested almost €1.5 million in the construction, which lasted for six months. This is the first building in the town – and the 95th shopping centre in Lithuania – to be controlled by the company.
“The new shopping centre in Lentvaris is the second commercial structure by Baltisches Haus this year, concluding the development of the company’s shopping centres in 2018. In March 2018, in the Vilnius suburb of Balsiai, the first shopping and service centre complying with BREEAM international sustainable building standard, Žali, was opened,” said Baltisches Haus CEO Audrius Masionis.
An IKI store, a Camelia pharmacy and a Tete-a-Tete casino are situated in the A+ energy efficiency building, which occupies an area of almost 1,600 m2. Visitors are able to use an ATM near the entrance to the store.
There is car parking for up to 60 spaces and an electric vehicle charging station for two vehicles has been installed near the store. Residents are able to leave their four-legged friends at special stands installed outside.