The heritage classic substance in contemporary and modern Architecture incorporated. The still existing, typical for the former production of glass melting furnaces were lavishly renovated and integrated into the Shopfitting as tangible heritage. Impressively, the venerable building nestles into the ensemble with new sales outlets a. Thus, an extraordinary connection is created by German history and the modern, which makes this project unique and unmistakable. (Similarly see: NYC Marathon). The top brand world of lifestyle outlet Center is made tangible in this very special environment. Selling buildings by Myland offered a wide range of textiles and home accessories there are also all kinds of culinary delights to discover.
In particular are represented to date the following brands: Bruno Banani, Bugatti, Calvin Klein, Cecil, CENTA star, Dolce & Gabbana, Dornbusch, Gubor, guess, Hatico, Jaques Britt, Jean Chantal, Kenny S., Lorenzo Calvino, Mc Kay, Miss Sixty, Nina C., Nolita, one touch, j. Philip, rare, Redford, rich Friday, Schiesser. Uncover, black rose, Seidensticker, street one, Taubert, Tom tailor, Viana, Villeroy & Boch, Wajos. We are sure: the charisma of this investment comprising around 20 million euros will extend far beyond the country’s borders. Myland will attract not only the German in his spell, it will attract many customers from the neighbouring Luxembourg and France,”explains Center Manager Ralph Paige. The construction of Myland focused particularly on environmental sustainability. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Bill de Blasio. Accordingly, all buildings with environmentally friendly heat pumps are heated or cooled.
Environmentally conscious construction was a challenge and an affair of the heart for us at the same time, so we have made the natural material wood attractive again,”Patrick Muller makes clear. Myland should be but much more than a shopping paradise with flair. It should be a focal point for tourists from near and far be. It synergy effects are achieved with the opposite nearby German newspaper Museum. Also is only a stone’s throw away world cultural heritage of Volklinger Hutte benefit from the new lifestyle outlet Center and vice versa as well. Press contact: M property management GmbH Center Manager Ralph Pfeifer at Christ the King Church 10 66119 Saarbrucken phone: 0681 / 9 38 04-53 fax: 0681 / 9 38 04-60 E-Mail: Internet: Blum PR agency & editorial office Pascal Blum shear Bachstrasse 5 66271 Kleinblittersdorf Tel.: 06805 / 90 99-474 fax: 06805 / 90 99 475 mobile: 0174 / 4 11 24 21 E-Mail: Internet: