MEGA Family Shopping Centre
MEGA The Family Shopping Centre is a chain of shopping centres in Russia owned and operated by IKEA. Each MEGA brings together in one place over 150 tenants offering goods and services. Its anchor tenants include the IKEA store, a hypermarket and a DIY store.
At the moment there are 14 MEGA centres in Russia: 3 in Moscow, 2 in Saint Petersburg, and 1 each in Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Adygea (near Krasnodar), Samara, Ufa, and Omsk. MEGA Belaya Dacha in Belaya Dacha, Lyubertsy, Moscow oblast is the second largest shopping mall in Russia, the largest outside of Moscow and one of the largest in Europe.
List of MEGA malls
|Name||Location||Total retail floor
area (GLA) (m2)
|Total area (m2)||Tenants||Shops|
|MEGA Belaya Dacha||Kotelniki, Moscow Oblast||182,622||300,000||330+|
|MEGA Khimki||Khimki, Moscow Oblast||174,688||210,618||220+||250+|
|MEGA Tyoply Stan||Leninsky District, Moscow Oblast||146,591||189,076||250|
|MEGA Dybenko||Vsevolozhsky District, Leningrad Oblast||141,430||181,930||214|
|MEGA Rostov-on-Don||Aksay, Rostov-on-Don||103,000||130,000||201|
|MEGA Parnas||Vsevolozhsky District, Leningrad Oblast||102,195||127,149||185||130|
|MEGA Nizhny Novgorod||Fedyakovo, Nizhegorodskaya Oblast||39,804||100,251||146|
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