Unirea Shopping Center

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Unirea Shopping Center
Unirea Shopping Center logo
LocationBucharest, Romania
Opening date2 September 1976
OwnerS.C. Unirea Shopping Center S.A.
No. of stores and services250
Total retail floor area43,760 m2 (471,000 sq ft)[1]
No. of floors4
Parking1,000 underground & deck

Unirea Shopping Center is a chain of two large shopping centres, the initial one being located in Unirii Square, Bucharest, Romania, and the second one in Braşov.


Opened in 1976 and enlarged in 1989, it was the largest department store in Communist Romania.[2] It was converted into a shopping centre during the 1990s. The complex has a total area of 83,971 square metres (903,856 sq ft) and 1000 parking spaces.[1] The closest metro station to the shopping centre is Piaţa Unirii metro station.

Unirea Shopping Center Braşov[edit]

The owner opened a second shopping centre in 2008 in Braşov, Unirea Shopping Center Braşov, covering 42,000 square metres (452,084 sq ft) on four levels and one underground, with ground and underground parking on three levels.[3] 90% of the brands are present in the Bucharest complex too. Total value of the investment is estimated at 35 million euro.[4]


  1. ^ a b Unirea Shopping Center Archived July 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine (in Romanian)
  2. ^ Unirea Department Store (in Romanian)
  3. ^ Tourist Informator (in Romanian)
  4. ^ Ziarul Financiar (in Romanian)

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Coordinates: 44°25′40.78″N 26°6′16.15″E / 44.4279944°N 26.1044861°E / 44.4279944; 26.1044861