Oasis Group launches the works of the second phase of the Prima Shopping Center project in Sibiu

Oasis Retail Development & Consulting has announced the start of work on the second development phase of the Prima Shopping Center project in Sibiu, a total investment of 30 million euros.

The Prima shopping center is located on 18 hectares of land in the northern part of Sibiu, next to the Hornbach DIY store and Kaufland. The first phase was inaugurated in the fourth quarter of 2021 and includes 11 stores that cover 9,000 m².

In the next phase of development, which should be completed by the end of 2023, several large retail stores will be built, serving as other main anchors of the project: a Jumbo store (which has been announced at the end of this year), two furniture stores (MömaX and XXXLutz), a pharmacy (Dr. Max), a children’s playground and a supermarket (Lidl). More fashion, footwear, cosmetics, perfumery, jewelry, watches, home accessories and home & decor stores will complement the existing mix. In addition, at the entrance to the complex, in an area of ​​more than 900 square meters, a Romanian quick-service restaurant of the Super Mama chain and a KFC Drive Thru fast-food restaurant will be inaugurated.

According to Klaus Reisenauer, partner at the Oasis Group, by the end of 2023 the total shopping and leisure area will be 80,000 square meters, with an estimated average traffic of 45,000 visitors per day.

Oasis also has other projects under development, including a business park in Lugoj and a shopping mall in the Bucharest-Balotești region.

Oasis Retail Development & Consulting is owned by Klaus Reisenauer and Kurt Wagner from Sibiu and has been active in the Romanian market for over 20 years. It has delivered more than 100 projects nationwide over the past 15 years on an area totaling 1.5 million square meters of land.

Oasis’ current portfolio in Romania includes several retail parks and malls launched under the Prima Shops brand, located in Oradea, Satu Mare, Reghin, Făgăraș, Tecuci, Mangalia and Bucharest, as well as the new mall in northern Sibiu, Prima Shopping Center, which will be completed in 2023.

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Edwin S. Wolfe