Last edited 15 September 2017
Located in the heart of the uber modern CityLife residential complex, the new CityLife Shopping District is due to open on 30 November 2017 nestled amidst the futuristic Isozaki, Hadid and Libeskind towers. Spread over 32,000 s.m, CityLife shopping mall is set to become one of the biggest urban districts dedicated to the universe of shopping in Italy and will be divided into three core areas connected by a pedestrian path.
The district will indeed consist in a sales gallery over two storeys – the Mall-, a majestic central square – The Square – and an open pedestrian area hosting a total of 100 units among the 80 stores and the 20 bars and restaurants. Moreover, the project is also enriched by an exclusive gourmet supermarket, a space dedicated to fitness and wellness and a 7-hall-cinema by Anteo featuring over 1,200 seats.
Nature lovers will be pleased to discover that the project of CityLife shopping centre also includes a public lush park, the second in Milan for its size.
Unfortunately, a full list of the featured brands for shopping still has to be announced. However, the top brands that will embellish the centre will cover both the fashion and the design sector, with a specific focus on gourmet dining.
For what concerns dining, Bomaki, California bakery, Cioccolati Italiani, Panini Durini, Pie, That’s Vapore, The Meatball Family and Vivo are the names of taste that will cover the culinary offer of the City Centre.
Important names in the design and home decor sector include HABITAT and the first Italian store by Democracy Design featuring capsule collections exclusively designed for the Milanese boutique.
High tech will have an important role thanks tio the presence of DJI, which will open its first store in Milan fully dedicated to drones.
Health and beauty will have a dedicated area featuring important companies such as Juneco, featuring a beauty medical centre dedicated to rejuvenation and anti-age treatments featuring a qualified plastic surgeon staff, Nashi Salon beauty centre with a specific focus on treatments for hair and skin and Centro Salus featuring treamtments for physical and psychological wellness thanks to a staff of chiropractors and physiotherapists.
CityLife shopping mall boasts direct access from M5 (purple line) underground, from the new Tre Torri stop.
Those aiming to reach the centre by car can enjoy a fast access with a dedicated parking, with access from Piazza VI Febbraio, Viale Cassiodoro, Viale Duilio or Piazzale Arduino.
Taxis can access the area from a reserved path from Largo Domodossola.
External links: www.city-life-shoppingdistrict.it