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Kurna park

Kurna Park is based on the concept of a retail park, which originated in the USA and has gained popularity in Europe in recent years, including our southern neighbours in Latvia and Lithuania.

A special feature of the retail park is that all the shops have separate entrances and can be accessed directly from the car park and are located on the street level – so shoppers can go to exactly the shop they want. Particular attention in the car park is paid also to people with disabilities – specially marked parking spaces for disabled people can be found in front of each entrance.

The concept of a retail park also allows for the successful combination of a physical and online shop, making the pick-up of pre-ordered goods quick and smooth.

Alongside Selver and Decathlon, Kurna Park’s tenants include sports retailers Sportland and Nike, children’s retailer Baby City/Toy City, clothing and fashion brands Sinsay and Takko, fashion and interior design retailer Pepco and interior design retailer Alandeko. Apotheka and Pet City are also present, as well as Rikets flower shop.

The total sales area of Kurna Park is 20,000 square metres.

The architectural design of Kurna Park was created by UK architectural practice TP Bennet, together with Arhitektuurinurk OÜ and architect Veiko Tein from Estonia. Total investment of the project amounts to more than 30 million euros. The development is financed by LHV Pank.

Kurna Park is being developed by the VPH Group, whose developments in the Baltics include the Saga shopping and lifestyle centre next to IKEA in Riga, the Una retail park in Vilnius, the Liepu 81 retail park in Klaipeda and many others. The company also owns a commercial building in Pärnu, where the new Rimi store opened in June this year.