Marseille International Fashion Center Project - Details on ZAWYA UAE Edition
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Marseille International Fashion Center Project

Also known as: Marseille International Trade City, Trade Center
Completed

Background

Le Marseille International Fashion Center planned to develop Marseille International Fashion Center, in Saint-André, Marseille, France. The project was the only straight-line trading platform for grafting Chinese businessmen in France and Southern Europe and North Africa. It was the second largest in France and the largest wholesaler of Chinese merchants in southern France. It was also a key investment project supported by the Marseille government. The mall covered an area of about 80,000 square meters (about 200 shops), surrounded by 180,000 square meters of green space. The first phase of the project had started construction smoothly. It was expected to be completed in July 2017. The first phase of the International Trade City The building area was 40,000 square meters, including 95 shops, 150 parking spaces for exclusive parking spaces for merchants, and hundreds of merchant parking spaces. The mall was strategically located, surrounded by mountains on three sides, facing the sea in the south, Lyon in the north, and Mongolian in the west. Lie, Toulouse. Located in the east, Nice enjoys a unique maritime trading hub in Europe's largest commercial port, across the sea from North African countries. The project aimed to become the second largest wholesaler of Chinese merchants in France and the important trade center of the Mediterranean coast in the south of France. In the future, more Wenzhou goods will be loaded and unloaded directly in the port of Marseille and enter the European and African markets.
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Retail
Facility Type
Shopping Center
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