MALL OF SPLIT
The regional shopping center offers a number of global brands, many appearing in Croatia and Dalmatia for the first time. In addition to providing a superior shopping experience, the center offers entertainment for the whole family all within a carefully designed venue with a unique ambience.
Mall of Split is located in city of Split, one of the leading tourist destinations and second largest city in Croatia. The Mall of Split was designed based on a unique concept and the architecture conveys the spirit of the 17th century long history of the Palace of Diocletian. This is primarily noted by the carefully selected materials of which the center was constructed and the playful interior design. Skylights providing plenty of natural light divide the center into 4 vertical units: Adriatic, Vestibule, Piazza and Marjan. The concept and design of these individual units allows for easy navigation throughout the largest regional shopping center in Croatia.
The concept and design of Mall of Split reflect the heart, pulse and spirit of the city of Split. The inspiration for the architectural design is based on a journey through all the colors and textures of the city - across the sea, the city parks and squares and finally, up to the mountains.
The four key areas within the shopping center are reflective of the Four Corners of Diocletian’s Palace. The exterior façade of the shopping center is inspired by traditional Dalmatian stone and by the designs and textures of local buildings.
Mall of Split is much more than a world-class architectural building. The utilization of a rainwater harvesting system, modern air-conditioning system, advanced selective sorting and separating waste system based on EU standards, LED lighting and energy saving, make it a shopping center of a new generation.
The center is centrally located in an area of urban development within the city of Split and is therefore in an ideal geographical position for development and operations. The center is located at the crossroads of three main city roads: Homeland War, National Guard Corps and Vukovar Street, providing high visibility and easy access by personal transport, public transport, or on foot. The shopping center is well connected with areas throughout Dalmatia and the wider region and is located a short 10-minute drive from the Old Town and ferry port and a 30-minute drive to the Split Airport. There are 11 bus connections offered and the center is within close proximity to the A1 highway.
The total greater area has more than 620,000 inhabitants.
Strategic investments worth more than 1.3 billion kuna.