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Metrocentre – Shopping Centre in Gateshead

Is Metrocentre open?

Metrocentre opening hours are:

  • Monday to Friday: 9am – 9pm
  • Saturday: 9am – 7pm
  • Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Cafes & Restaurants from Monday 17 May

From Monday 17 May, Metrocentre visitors will be able to dine indoors with up to 6 people or two households at restaurants such as Wagamama, Nando’s, Five Guys, Zizzi and Chiquito, plus brand-new local independent restaurant, Zucchini Pasta Bar.

Leisure and entertainment from Monday 17 May

In addition, popular family leisure attractions Odeon Cinema and Angry Birds Adventure Golf will also reopen to shoppers, as well as Namco Funscape which has been closed for over six months.

Clip ‘n’ Climb is currently open for pre-booked appointments only. To book session at Clip ‘n’ Climb, please contact them on 0191 500 2140.

Please read the latest centre update and the Metrocentre’s Covid FAQs before setting off.

Stores opening hours will vary, so please check directly with the retailer before setting off.

About Metrocentre

Metrocentre is Europe’s largest indoor mall-style shopping centres, conveniently situated beside the A1 in Gateshead. Visitors to Metrocentre looking for world-class shopping, dining and leisure are guaranteed a great day out at this must-visit shopping haven.

Metrocentre provides shoppers with over 300 popular high street shops over five sprawling coloured malls to make your shopping experience a breeze. Did you know, that if you walked past every shop front in the complex, you’d cover 3.5 miles – and that’s without going in any stores?

Pick up a designer handbag at Flannels or luxury lingerie at Victoria’s Secret; browse the latest in fashion, beauty and homeware from major department stores including Primark, TK Maxx and Marks & Spencer, to name a few, as well as countless high-street stores selling the best in clothing, electronics, toys, stationery and more.

Metrocentre has opened a Sky store which is the companies first ever bricks and mortar retail shops across the UK. The new retail concept, which is now open, brings together Sky Mobile, Sky Broadband and Sky TV, and offers potential customers the opportunity to fully sample the Sky Q experience.

There’s also a regular event programme during weekends and school holidays where children are invited to meet Metrocentre’s performers the Metrognomes, creating the perfect day out for families!

Visitors looking for things to do in Gateshead will be spoiled for choice at Metrocentre, too. Why not play a couple of rounds of golf at the Worlds first Angry Birds Adventure Golf, or challenge yourself at Clip ‘n’ Climb. Perhaps catch the latest Box Office hits on one of Odeon IMAX cinemas 12 screens? Or get competitive at Namco Funscape which includes 18 lanes of ten-pin bowling, video games arcade, an American pool hall and Europe’s fastest dodgems!

Refuel or make it a date night in the Qube where you can dine in style at one of nearly 50 restaurants, cafes and food kiosks. Sample the Japanese inspired dishes at YO!, satisfy your sweet tooth with a doughnut at Krispy Kreme or enjoy a relaxing Italian meal at Zizzi’s. Whether it’s Mexican, Thai or American-style diners that take your fancy, there’s something for everyone!

Plan your day out to Metrocentre today!

Things to do & places to shop at Metrocentre

  • Angry Birds Adventure Golf
  • Clip ‘n’ Climb
  • Namco Funscape
  • Disney Store
  • Victoria’s Secret
  • Zara
  • Jack Wills
  • Joules
  • Apple Store
  • Pandora
  • Hugo Boss
  • L’Occitane
  • Build a Bear
  • Waterstones
  • Sky Shop

Places to go for Food & Drink at Metrocentre

  • Chiquitos
  • Thaikhun
  • Nando’s
  • Wagamama
  • TGI Fridays
  • Bella Italian
  • Starbucks
  • YO!
  • Wetherspoons
  • Five Guys
  • Zucchini Pasta Bar

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New Sky shop to open at Metrocentre Gateshead

Metrocentre Gateshead has announced that Sky has chosen the retail and leisure destination as the location for one of its first ever bricks and mortar retail shops across the UK.

The new retail concept, which will open its doors on 19th April, brings together Sky Mobile, Sky Broadband and Sky TV, and offers potential customers the opportunity to fully sample the Sky Q experience.

Created with customers’ needs in mind, the Sky shop will be separated into designated themed spaces, allowing customers to access advisors easily and safely across the store.

The shop will have a dedicated ‘Customer Hub’ encouraging new customers to speak to advisors about the latest Sky innovations whilst existing customers will be able to speak to advisors and receive advice around their current products.

All Sky shops will operate in line with the Government’s Covid-19 safety measures, including strict social distancing, mandatory facemasks, and hand sanitiser available across the shop.

A dedicated ‘Access All Areas Stage’ will host various interactive experiences for customers, creating moments that entertain and surprise, and will put customers at the centre of Sky’s extraordinary entertainment content.

Matthew Price, Retail Director, Sky UK commented:

“We are delighted to be opening a new Sky Shop in Gateshead which will allow Sky to showcase the amazing benefits it has to offer new and existing customers. Metrocentre really stood out to us to open a new shop and we’re pleased to be able to offer a safe environment in which people can shop for the latest innovative technology from Sky. We look forward to opening our doors and sharing the full experience with customers.”

The Sky shop is located on the edge of Town Square, adjacent to House of Fraser and opposite the new Tag Heuer boutique store which is expected to open in the summer.  

Ben Cox of Sovereign Centros, Senior Asset Manager for Metrocentre said: 

“The retail landscape is constantly evolving and we are delighted that Sky has chosen Metrocentre as one of the first locations for their new Sky Shop concept. The innovative experiential format is expected to be a hit with our shoppers and will be an exciting addition to the centre.

Media contacts:  

Kabir Parhar, Corporate Communcations and Campaigns Executive, [email protected]/ 07976070953

About Sky

Sky is Europe’s leading media and entertainment company and is proud to be part of the Comcast group. Across six countries, we connect our 24 million customers to the best entertainment, sports, news, arts and to our own award-winning original content.

Our technology, including the market leading Sky Q, connects people to everything they love – with entertainment from Sky TV, Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and BBC iPlayer and apps like Spotify, YouTube, BBC Sounds, Highbrow, Fiit, and more, in one place, easy. Our streaming service, NOW TV, brings viewers all the enjoyment of Sky with the flexibility of a contract-free service.

Building on the success of Sky Originals like Chernobyl, Bulletproof and Brassic, we are doubling our investment in original content by 2024 through Sky Studios. Sky News provides impartial and trustworthy journalism for free, while Sky Arts, the UK’s only dedicated free-to-air arts channel, makes the arts accessible for everyone. Our new TV and movie studio, Sky Studios Elstree, is expected to create over 2,000 new jobs and generate an additional £3 billion of production investment in the UK over the first five years alone.

We believe that we can be a force for good in the communities in which we operate. We’re committed to being Europe’s first net zero carbon entertainment company by 2030 and we’re proud to be a Principal Partner and Media Partner of COP26. We take pride in our approach to diversity and inclusion: we’ve been recognised by The Times and Stonewall for our commitment to diversity and we’ve set ambitious 2025 targets to continue to increase diversity and representation.  We’re also committed to investing £30million across our markets over the next three years to improve our approach to diversity and inclusion, and to tackle racial injustice.

Metro Centre | Co-Curate

intu Metrocentre, known on road signs as Metro Centre, is a shopping centre in Dunston, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England.

Located in Dunston, Gateshead, on a former industrial site near to the River Tyne, the Metrocentre opened in stages, with the first phase opening on 28 April 1986 and the official opening on 14 October 1986. It has more than 370 shops occupying of retail floor space, making it the second largest shopping centre in the UK. Additional retail space is available in the adjoining Metro Retail Park and MetrOasis.

The centre was rebranded as intu Metrocentre in 2013 following the renaming of its parent Capital Shopping Centres Group as Intu Properties.


The Metrocentre’s construction was financed by the Church Commissioners of England, and was masterminded by Sir John Hall’s company, Cameron Hall Developments, the ground upon which it is built was purchased for a mere £100,000 in the early 1970s. Access to the development was facilitated by an urban development grant from the Department of the Environment and the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead. In October 1995, the centre was sold to Capital Shopping Centres (now Intu Properties) for £364m, although the Church Commissioners retained a 10% stake

Reflecting its Church of England origins, Metrocentre is one of the few European shopping centres to have its own resident full-time chaplain. Services are held on special occasions such as Mothering Sunday, Remembrance Sunday and Christmas.

The Metrocentre has five main malls; Red, Green, Blue, Yellow and Platinum. It also has themed shopping areas featuring independent retailers; The Village, formerly known as the Antiques Village, The Forum, formerly known as the Roman Forum, and Qube, formerly known as the Mediterranean Village, and houses over 50 restaurants and cafes.

The first phase of the development was opened on 28 April 1986 – the red mall. At the time it featured a large Carrefour supermarket, which later became Gateway and subsequently Asda. Metrocentre also featured the first out of town Marks & Spencer.

In 1997, Asda moved from the Metrocentre to a larger stand-alone store nearby, facilitating the redevelopment of the Red Mall. In 2013 the Metrocentre name was amended to include the owner’s Intu name as a prefix, becoming Intu Metrocentre.


Malls and Transport Interchange

Asda’s move out of the main centre was planned so that its former store could be demolished to make way for an extension and refurbishment of the Red Mall. The new Red Mall, anchored by a new Debenhams department store, opened on 6 October 2004.

The refurbishment programme also included a new Public Transport Interchange at the end of the Blue Mall. It replaced the old bus station and was intended to provide improved bus links to many parts of North East England and accommodate coach services from elsewhere in the UK.

The new interchange features electronic display boards and a new waiting room at the MetroCentre railway station. The Metrocentre is not directly connected to the Tyne & Wear Metro system though regular bus shuttle services provide connections to Monument, Central and Gateshead Metro stations. The rail link also provides direct access to neighbouring Newcastle upon Tyne city centre. (see Transport Links below).

Metrocentre Qube

On 30 November 2006, centre owner Capital Shopping Centres announced plans to redevelop the centre’s Yellow Mall. The Metroland indoor funfair closed in April 2008 and the area including the Mediterranean Village has been reconstructed to become the Metrocentre Qube. With the first phase completed, the Qube contains branches of YO! Sushi and PizzaExpress.

A new Odeon cinema (relocated from the Blue Mall) opened in December 2009 and includes 12 digital screens including multiple 3D screens and an IMAX Digital, the first in the north east of England. The Namco Funscape is a family entertainment centre (including a new ten-pin bowling alley) dodgems and soft play. The Qube exterior is made from clad zinc and glass to distinguish it as the entertainment part of the centre.

Platinum Mall

The former central area of the mall that was known as the Central Mall, has been refurbished and renamed the Platinum Mall. This area focuses on higher end stores and furnishings including improved lighting and decor. The development hopes to copy designer outlets much similar to Westfield Shopping Centre’s “The Village” mall. In August 2012, the first new retailer, 360 Champagne & Cocktails, opened its doors closely followed by Mamas & Papas and H&M Kids. Tessuti designer menswear opened in December 2012 followed by designer footwear retailer Daniel shoes.

Shops and food/drink

Many large retail chains are represented in the centre. It is anchored by 3 main department stores:

Major fashion retailers include Next, Primark, Topshop/Topman, H&M, New Look, River Island, Zara, USC, All Saints, Laura Ashley, Karen Millen and JD Sports.

Other major retailers include LEGO, Argos, Hotel Chocolat, HMV, W H Smith, Jessops, Boots, Carphone Warehouse, Waterstones and Lush. In Autumn 2010 the first TK Maxx/Homesense opened on the site of the old Odeon cinema in the Blue Mall.

On 25 September 2010 the region’s second Apple Store was opened at Metrocentre.

In March 2018 a new 78,000 sq ft Next store opened, taking 12 shops on the upper floor and the former BHS unit on the lower floor to create one of the biggest Next stores in the country.

The majority of restaurants are located in Metrocentre Qube, a recently redeveloped area in the Yellow Mall containing bars and restaurants.

Leisure facilities

The centre’s leisure facilities consist of a 12 screen Odeon cinema opened in 2010, with VIP lounge and an IMAX screen, and the Namco Funscape, which is an indoor amusement arcade including a dodgem ride and 18 lane 10-pin bowling alley. All of these facilities are located in the intu Metrocentre Qube area of the redeveloped Yellow Mall. The Odeon cinema was originally located in the Blue Mall.

Former leisure facilities

Until its closure on 20 April 2008, the Metrocentre featured an entirely enclosed theme park called Metroland. Renamed The New Metroland following a refurbishment by operators Arlington Leisure in 1996, it was Europe’s largest indoor amusement park. Metroland opened in February 1988 at a cost of £20 million. The park featured a roller coaster, Ferris wheel, pirate ship, waltzers, a miniature railway and dodgem cars among its rides.

Its closure made way for redevelopment of the Yellow Mall, including a new Odeon cinema, replacing the existing multiplex in the Blue Mall. On the final weekend of operation (19 & 20 April 2008) the park held the ‘Last Ride weekend’ where the admission price was £5 for the whole day with unlimited access to all the rides. The park finally closed at 8:00pm on Sunday 20 April, despite strong local opposition and petitions raising around 4,000 signatures against the closure. Proceeds from the last night of operation went to charity.

The Metroland roller coaster was later relocated to The Big Sheep, a farm themed amusement park in Abbotsham, northern Devon. The ride entered operation in March 2016. The park offered a free ride to visitors from the north east of England for a period after the ride’s opening.

Metro Retail Park

Metro Retail Park is situated to the west of Metrocentre. It has the layout of a conventional out-of-town retail park, with large stores such as Barker and Stonehouse, NEXT Home and Staples. McDonald’s and Pizza Hut are both situated to the south of the Retail Park site (in addition to other sites for both restaurants in Metrocentre itself). Until August 2007 the retail park was not actually under the ownership of Capital Shopping centres; it was purchased for £82.5 million.

Further west of the Retail Park there is a 24-hour Asda Supercentre and an IKEA as well as other retail facilities, while to the south there is a Marriott hotel and office buildings.


A new retail area, metrOasis, is now complete on the perimeter of the shopping centre. Located between the new MetroCentre Qube and the Metro Retail Park, on the former site of a petrol station. The development is home to a range of dining and entertainment venues. Construction began in January 2012 and the project opened to the public on 6 September 2012. metrOasis includes Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Harvester Restaurants, Toby Carvery and a drive-thru Starbucks. As of February 2019, Harvester Restaurants closed and the building is currently being refitted.

Transport links

Public transport

MetroCentre Interchange was rebuilt in the mid-2000s with an enclosed waiting area and new access ramps reserved exclusively for buses and taxis. It is connected to Gateshead Metro station by the regular X66 MetroCentre Shuttle bus service and to Newcastle station via the centre’s own National Rail station on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.

Rail links

MetroCentre railway station is on the Tyne Valley Line, which provides regular services to Newcastle, Sunderland Central, Carlisle, Middlesbrough and Northumberland, with a twice daily service to Glasgow Central, Scotland, via Dumfries, Annan and Kilmarnock.


Metrocentre has its own junction on the A1 road and northbound this road was widened to three lanes after the centre was built to cope with increased traffic levels. Even so, the centre is responsible for many journeys on the A1, a road through Gateshead which suffers from significant congestion at peak times. A major widening of this stretch of the A1 was completed in June 2016.

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Intu Metrocentre – Super regional mall in Gateshead, United Kingdom

The intu Metrocentre is the largest shopping mall and leisure centre in the United Kingdom taking into consideration of the retailing size of a shopping mall. It is opened on 14 October 1986. Since then, imaginative redevelopment programs keep the Centre at the lead of retailing competition constructively with new shopping centres throughout Europe.

On earlier days, it was used to familiar as Metrocontre. However, after Intu Properties takes its possession, it was named as intu Metrocentre. Its address is Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE11 9YG.

It is built as a two-storied building with a retailing area of 194,400 square meters. It has five main malls. They are named after five different colours; Red, Green, Blue, Yellow and Platinum. A dynamic retail development of the Red Mall added 34,467 square meters of extra retail space. Besides these, it is designed with shopping zones highlighting independent retailers. These are the Village, the Forum and the Qube, and houses over 50 restaurants and cafés.

The cautious mix of retailers in intu Metrocentre aims to offer the excellent choice of shops and services. Remarkably, its aim is successful. Consumers are happily admitting that they can shop everything they want, from household necessities to fashion and beauty, under the same roof. It has become now renowned for its variety of small traders. The shopping mall has more than 340 shops. The major fashion retailers are British Home Stories, Primark, Next, Topman, H&M, New Look, River Island, Zara, USC and Tucci. Other major retailers are Apple Store, Argos, HMV, WH Smith, Jessops, Boots, Carphone Warehouse and TK Maxx.

It has three anchor tenants. The shopping centre is the first centre, which featured the out of town “Marks & Spencer”. This retailer tycoon is specialized in luxury fashion and exotic food products. The other two anchor tenants are Debenhams and House of Fraser. Debenhams is the multinational retail chain spread over 172 locations worldwide in departmental store format. House of Fraser has their 60 departmental stores across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

It is located between the new MetroCentre Qube and the Metro Retail Park. This area includes several world-class restaurants and café, such as Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Harvester Restaurants, Toby Carvery and a drive-thru Starbucks. However, the majority of restaurants, such as Zizzi, Frankie and Benny’s, Nandos, PizzaExpress, Wagamama, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Big Lukes, Yo! Sushi etc. are located in Metrocentre Qube.

Metrocentre offers a variety of ways to keep shoppers charmed after a day of Retail Therapy. The New Metrocentre Qube of the redeveloped Yellow Mall houses a Namco Funscape, Odeon cinema and numerous restaurants. The Odeon cinema is a 12-screen movie theatre with high quality VIP lounge and an IMAX screen.  The Namco Funscape is an indoor amusement arcade with a dodgem ride and 18-lane 10-pin bowling alley. The New Metroland is the largest indoor amusement park in the whole Europe. The park has a roller coaster, pirate ship, waltzers, Ferris wheel,  a miniature railway and dodgem cars among its rides.

This amazing shopping centre has capacity of 10,000 cars for parking. However, a railway station namely MetroCentre Railway station is on the Tyne Valley Line. On the other hand, intu Metrocentre has its own junction to cope with increased traffic levels. However, using Newcastle Airport, national and international visitors can visit the shopping area via air. On the other hand, from the Netherlands visitors can travel by ferry to North Shields.

Replicating its Church of England origins, intu Metrocentre is one of the few European shopping centres to have its own chapel and resident full-time chaplain. Glassy malls permit natural light to flood the spacious walkways. Cornices link two storey columns strike an elegant note, whilst providing an arrangement for air conditioning and lighting. Plans are currently proceeding to redecorate Central Mall and rebrand it as Platinum Mall.  The plans include a focus on developed stores and furnishings including better-quality lighting and design. 

New Sky shop opening at Metrocentre Gateshead

Metrocentre Gateshead has announced that Sky has chosen the retail and leisure destination as the location for one of its first ever bricks and mortar retail shops in the UK.

The new retail concept, which is now open, brings together Sky Mobile, Sky Broadband and Sky TV, and offers potential customers the opportunity to fully sample the Sky Q experience.   

Created with customers’ needs in mind, the Sky shop will be separated into designated themed spaces, allowing customers to access advisors easily and safely across the store.

The shop will have a dedicated ‘Customer Hub’ encouraging new customers to speak to advisors about the latest Sky innovations whilst existing customers will be able to speak to advisors and receive advice around their current products.

All Sky shops will operate in line with the Government’s Covid-19 safety measures, including strict social distancing, mandatory face masks, and hand sanitiser available around the shop.

A dedicated ‘Access All Areas Stage’ will host various interactive experiences for customers, creating moments that entertain and surprise, and will put customers at the centre of Sky’s extraordinary entertainment content.

Ben Cox of Sovereign Centros, Senior Asset Manager for Metrocentre said: “The retail landscape is constantly evolving and we are delighted that Sky has chosen Metrocentre as one of the first locations for their new Sky Shop concept. The innovative experiential format is expected to be a hit with our shoppers and will be an exciting addition to the centre.”

Matthew Price, Retail Director, Sky UK commented: “We are delighted to be opening a new Sky Shop in Gateshead which will allow Sky to showcase the amazing benefits it has to offer new and existing customers. Metrocentre really stood out to us to open a new shop and we’re pleased to be able to offer a safe environment in which people can shop for the latest innovative technology from Sky. We look forward to opening our doors and sharing the full experience with customers.”

The Sky shop is located on the edge of Town Square, adjacent to House of Fraser and opposite the new Tag Heuer boutique store which is expected to open in the summer.  

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  • Free Garage Parking
  • Pet-Friendly Apartments
  • Dog Park
  • Electric Car Charging Stations
  • Bike Racks
  • Relaxing Library Space
  • Full-Service Event Room
  • Media Room
  • Fitness Consultation Available
  • Outdoor Pool with Lounge Chairs Pergola with Gas Grills and Fire Pit
  • Grand Lobby with Mail Room, Smart TV, Lounge Seating with Fireplace
  • Free Wifi in Select Areas
  • Catering Kitchen
  • Walking Distance to Metro Station and Bus Lines
  • Award Winning Maintenance Service
  • Elevator Convenience
  • Online Resident Portal
  • On-Site Management Team
  • Controlled-Access Entry
  • Planned Social Events
  • 24 Hour Package Retrieval Available
  • Luxer One Package Locker Systems
  • CCBC Satellite Campus and Largest Branch of Baltimore County Public Library in Community
  • Shops and Restaurants Within Walking Distance
  • Minutes From Stevenson University, T. Rowe Price, CareFirst and Other Major Employers

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  • Stainless Steel Energy Star Appliances
  • Full-Size Energy Star Washers and Dryers
  • Concrete Between Floor Levels
  • Walk-In Closets Juliette Balconies (in select floor plans)
  • Elegant Quartz Kitchen Countertops
  • Custom Window Shades
  • Contemporary Wood Cabinets
  • Unique Sliding Barn-Style Doors (in select floor plans)
  • Floor-To-Ceiling Windows
  • Wood Grain Flooring
  • Premium Carpet in Bedrooms
  • Linen Porcelain Tile and Quartz Vanity Tops in Bathrooms
  • Modern Track Lighting and Designer Fixtures
  • 9’ Ceilings
  • Gas Furnaces
  • Trash Chutes and Recycling on Every Floor
  • Extra Storage Available
  • iButton Key Entry System and Electronic Locks

Large shopping centers near the metro | I

There are many excellent shopping centers in Moscow that can be reached by metro. Of course, first of all, these are the leaders of our list (list below) Vegas Crocus City, Kuntsevo Plaza, Metropolis shopping center, European.

Easy metro access to the modern and beautiful Moscow Gallery and the impressive Afimol City, which operates in the heart of Moscow City.

shopping center and nearest metro station area (m 2 ) retail space (m 2 )

Vegas Crocus City,

Metro: Myakinino (900 m.)

66th km. MKAD (M. Myakinino).

283,000 111,000


Metro: Prazhskaya (300 m.)

Varshavskoe highway, property 140

277,000 136,000

Kuntsevo Plaza,

Metro: Molodezhnaya (600 m. )

st. Yartsevskaya, 19 (metro Molodezhnaya)

245,000 65,000


Metro: Voikovskaya (500 m.)

Leningradskoe Shosse, 16A, building 4

205,000 80,000


Metro: Leninsky Prospect (500 m.)

st. Vavilova, 3 (metro station “Leninsky Prospekt”)

200,000 70,000


Metro: Kievskaya (100 m.) Kievskaya (100 m.) Kievskaya (100 m.)

Kievsky railway station square, 2 (m.Kievskaya)

180,000 63,000

Fashion Season (Gallery Moscow),

Metro: Okhotny Ryad (0 m.) Teatralnaya (100 m.) Revolution Square (500 m.)

Okhotny Ryad, 2

180,000 30,000

AfiMall City,

Metro: International (800 m. )

Presnenskaya embankment, 2 (metro International, metro Business center)

179,000 114,000

Troika (Ashan Sad),

Metro: Krasnoselskaya (600 m.)

st. Verkhnyaya Krasnoselskaya, 3A. (M. Sokolniki, M. Krasnoselskaya)

145,000 45 700


Metro: Dubrovka (800 m.)

7th Kozhukhovskaya street, ow. 3a, 5

134,000 68,000

Auchan City Capitol,

Metro: University (600 m.)

Vernadsky prospect, 6 (m. University)

130,000 50,000

ATC Moscow,

Metro: Domodedovskaya (800 m.)

Kashirskoe highway, 61, bldg. 3-A



Metro: Novye Cheryomushki (200 m. )

st. Profsoyuznaya, 56 (metro Novye Cheryomushki)

130,000 52 160


Metro: Fili (700 m.) Bagrationovskaya (900 m.)

Bagrationovskiy proezd, ow. 5-7. (M. Bagrationovskaya, M. Fili)

128,700 57 650


Metro: Skhodnenskaya (400 m.)

st. Skhodnenskaya, 56 (metro Skhodnenskaya)

119,000 41,000

River (River Station),

Metro: River Station (200 m.)

st. Festivalnaya, 2-4. (m.Rechnoy Vokzal)

117,000 60,000


Metro: Shchukinskaya (100 m.)

st. Shchukinskaya, ow. 42. (M. Shchukinskaya)

105,000 42,000


Metro: Chkalovskaya (0 m. ) Kurskaya (100 m.) Kurskaya (100 m.)

St. Zemlyanoy Val, 33 (metro Kurskaya, metro Chkalovskaya)

103 500 40 500

Prince Plaza,

Metro: Teply Stan (100 m.)

st. Profsoyuznaya, 129A (metro Teply Stan)

100,000 40,000


Metro: Bratislavskaya (800 m.)

st. Lyublinskaya, 153 (metro Bratislavskaya, metro Maryino)

90,000 35,000


Metro: Avtozavodskaya (400 m.)

st. Leninskaya Sloboda, 26

86,000 68,500

Avenue South-West,

Metro: Yugo-Zapadnaya (200 m.)

st. Vernadsky prospect 86A (metro Yugo-Zapadnaya)

82,000 45 500


Metro: Revolution Square (300 m. ) Teatralnaya (400 m.) Okhotny Ryad (500 m.)

Red Square, d3. (metro Okhotny Ryad, Revolution Square, Teatralnaya)


Raikin Plaza,

Metro: Maryina Roscha (200 m.)

Sheremetyevskaya st., 8 (M. Maryina Roscha)


Novinsky passage,

Metro: Barrikadnaya (400 m.) Krasnopresnenskaya (500 m.) Smolenskaya (900 m.)

Novinsky Boulevard, 31.

77 868 11 454

Neglinnaya Plaza,

Metro: Trubnaya (100 m.) Kuznetsky Most (600 m.) Tsvetnoy Boulevard (600 m.)

Trubnaya square, d.2.

75,000 14,000

Central children’s store,

Metro: Lubyanka (100 m. ) Kuznetsky Most (100 m.) Revolution Square (400 m.)

Teatralny pr-d, 5/1

73,000 34 392


Metro: Technopark (400 m.)

Andropov Avenue, 4/10. (metro Kolomenskaya)

72,000 44,000


Metro: Filevsky Park (900 m.)

Kutuzovsky prospect, 48. (m.Park Pobedy, Slavyansky Boulevard)



Metro: Prazhskaya (500 m.)

Kirovograd 11, building 1


Metro allowed online shopping for all customers

On the Russian website of Metro Cash & Carry wholesale centers, a section “Online store for home” has been opened, which allows individuals to make purchases. The purchases will be automatically placed in the Instamart order processing system and serviced by the service resources, it is specified in the message of both companies.

Metro, which positions itself as a store for business, has so far only operated in Russia an Internet platform for serving clients – legal entities. Ordinary customers could place an online order only through the websites of third-party services, including Instamart, iGooods, Golamago.

At the first, pilot, stage of the online store, Metro wants to better understand the needs of the audience and work out the scheme of interaction with Instamart, the parties note. “For Metro, this is an efficient way to deliver B2B2C [ “business – business – consumer”] <...> In addition, not only individuals, but also offices, small enterprises can use the online store, ”it was reported.

For Instamart, the project with Metro provides an opportunity to increase the retail chain’s customer service business and “opens up the prospect of expanding the area of ​​operation to new regions,” it says. The service provides both processing of online store orders and the technical part of the process: it is responsible for product cards, site operation, etc.etc., specified the representative of Instamart.

In such a scheme of work, it turns out that the retailer “shares” confidence in a particular service with its customers, says Grigory Kunis, iGooods service manager. This is ultimately good for all partners in the partnership, he is sure: the store sells more, the service has more orders, and the customers receive the service.

Among other major federal retail chains, Perekrestok (X5 Retail Group) and O’keykey have their own online stores.

In addition, until now, many retailers that do not have their own online stores have worked with some delivery services on a more technically simple model of a “button” that led a customer from a store site to a service site, recalls Kunis. Such a button, for example, is available on the Lenta and Vkusvilla websites.

Metro traditionally focuses on working with “professional clients” – hoteliers, small shops, cafes, restaurants, offices, etc. “At the same time, we see that our range and quality are in great demand,” says CEO of Russian Metro Jeri Kalmis.Therefore, according to him, supporting demand through reliable and responsible partners like Instamart is a necessary and logical step for even more effective work with both professional and private clients.

Metro has a franchise chain of Fasol stores, which is being developed by independent entrepreneurs. In addition, at the end of 2018, Metro began to actively attract new customers, deciding to temporarily issue customer cards to everyone, and not just entrepreneurs, as usual. That campaign gave a good result, the company representative rejoices: “In winter, more than 250,000 new customers came to Metro for the first time.In general, thanks to the whole range of changes, the company has seen a net increase in customers since November ”.

22 offers in shopping centers – Premises for rent in a shopping center near Sviblovo metro station


The shopping center “Compass” is located in the North-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, in the Yaroslavsky district, on Krasnaya Sosna Street, 2A, next to the Yaroslavskoe highway, a hundred meters from the Polygraphic College bus stop, 1. 7 km from the Rostokino MCC station, not far from from MKAD, VDNKh metro station and Severyanin railway platform.This is a 3-storey building (with a fourth basement) with an area of ​​7,158.6 sq. meters, erected in 2005. The shopping center has a regional scale. There is a complete set of communications, security and fire alarms, two passenger and two freight elevators, several escalators, air conditioning and ventilation systems, ground parking for 50 cars. Opening hours – daily from 9 to 22 hours.
The anchor tenants of the Compass shopping center are the Pyaterochka supermarket, the Fix Price chain store and the Santekhnika-Online plumbing store.There is also a sports store “Tigon”, door stores Torex, “Donator”, “Onyx”, “Doors Best”, a store of goods for creativity “Hobby-Market”, a vape shop Vardex, a point of issue of the Internet hypermarket, communication salons MTS, Tele2, sports school “Gol-Football”, art salon “Black River”, Japanese cuisine restaurant “Niyama”, hookah bar Pride Kalyan, pharmacy “Bud Zdorov”, children’s club “Miracle-Attic”, yoga center Lam, Sirena beauty salon, Vodny Mir service center, clothing repair atelier, Baker Street detective agency, Correct Project design, engineering and Internet development studio. The shopping center “Compass” is located in a place with heavy car traffic, and is clearly visible from the carriageway of the Yaroslavskoe highway, along which about 75 thousand cars pass by it every day.
Nearby are the Europolis shopping center, Metro hypermarket and the huge Losiny Ostrov national park.
In the shopping center “Compass” you can rent retail premises with display windows, ceilings up to 4.3 meters high and fiber-optic telecommunications. In addition to outdoor advertising on the facade, indoor radio advertising is also offered.The rent includes operating costs. USN is used,
Premises for rent in the shopping center – Compass.

METRO opens the 91st shopping center in Russia

METRO opens the 91st shopping center in Russia

On February 28, 2018, a new METRO shopping center in Krasnodar was opened for customers, becoming the 91st in Russia.

A special feature of the shopping center is the presence of a large distribution center to enhance the delivery function and an emphasis on working with local suppliers. The shopping center creates over 200 new jobs. The opening ceremony was attended by Vasily Shvets, Vice Governor of the Krasnodar Territory, Roman Kurinny, Director of the Consumer Sector of the Krasnodar Territory, Jerry Kalmis, General Director of METRO Cash & Carry in Russia and Alexander Gulyaev, manager of the METRO shopping center in Krasnodar.

The new METRO shopping center is located at the address: Krasnodar, st. Krylataya, 2A and is designed to serve professional clients from the catering and hospitality sectors, retail trade – representatives of small and medium-sized businesses in the region.

METRO is one of the largest international retail and small-scale wholesale operators – in a new shopping center in Krasnodar, it focuses on the development and expansion of professional delivery for target customers. Within the shopping center, space has been allocated for a distribution center with an area of ​​3,000 square meters – a special logistics solution with a dedicated assortment and storage of trade stocks for the needs of the delivery service. The geography of the food delivery service will extend not only to Krasnodar, but also to most cities in the region.This will make it possible to form personal offers for each METRO delivery client in accordance with the individual characteristics of the company.

Krasnodar Territory is one of the priority regions for the implementation of the main mission of METRO – support and protection of small and medium-sized businesses, including non-network retail and enterprises in the restaurant and hotel industry. On February 16, 2018, during the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi, the Krasnodar Territory Administration, METRO and Center-invest Bank signed an agreement on cooperation and implementation of a joint pilot project to support small and medium-sized businesses in the Territory.That is why the Krasnodar Territory has become a pilot region for the development of such METRO projects as Restaurant Answer,, the introduction of services to support electronic ordering and document flow for the HoReCa segment.

The second focus of the company is the development of local suppliers. Meat, milk, vegetables and fruits of Krasnodar enterprises will be widely represented on the shelves of the new shopping center among more than 30,000 trade names on a sales area of ​​5800 square meters. This approach is a continuation of the METRO strategy, within which the company pays great attention to the development of fruitful and long-term strategic cooperation with Russian, including local suppliers.The determining factors in this cooperation are high quality products, conscientious delivery of goods, modern business methods, fulfillment of a number of other requirements, for example, certification, packaging and product labeling.

“Krasnodar Region is a strategic region for the development of the company’s initiatives. METRO’s priorities in the Krasnodar Territory are to support small and medium-sized businesses through a number of long-term programs. We have been present in the region since 2004 and understand the interests of entrepreneurs very well. The updated services of the company and the new infrastructure will bring an effect both for professionals and for the regional economy as a whole. We are grateful to the Administration of the Krasnodar Territory for good cooperation and support, both in the implementation of our investment project and the project for the development of local small and medium-sized enterprises, ”notes Jeri Kalmis, General Director of METRO Cash & Carry in Russia.

“Despite the fact that trade accounts for 17% in the structure of the gross regional product of the Kuban (this is the largest contribution to the formation of the GRP), the market is not yet saturated.The Krasnodar Territory is actively developing, every year the population of the region is increasing, respectively, there is a high demand and, importantly, a high purchasing power of residents. The combination of these factors allows us to build a favorable forecast for the development of the network in our region ”, – noted Vasily Shvets, Vice-Governor of the Krasnodar Territory.

Thus, the Krasnodar Territory is one of the largest regions in Russia, in which METRO invests to create an efficient infrastructure, interact with local suppliers and logistic solutions.

The METRO shopping center in Krasnodar opened its doors on February 28, 2018. Entrepreneurs can receive customer cards by following the form on the official website or in the customer department of the shopping center.

Source: METRO

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METRO hotline, METRO support service, free hotline 8-800

METRO Cash & Carry is a supermarket chain with a huge assortment – the total name of goods is more than 35 thousand. The prices here are the lowest compared to other shopping centers.



  1. METRO Cash & Carry hotline
    1. What can you find out by phone?
      1. When Can’t Support Help?
        1. Other ways of communication METRO Cash & Carry
          1. Competence of operators and response time

            But getting into the supermarket itself is not easy. To do this, you need to get a special client card.To arrange it, you must bring an impressive package of documents. Without this card, they will not even be allowed to enter the territory of the shopping center.

            These supermarkets are not targeted at ordinary retail customers buying household goods. The company calls its clients the owners of cafes, hotels, restaurants, small retail stores, catering and service firms.

            The company was founded in 1961 in Germany. In Russia, the first METRO Cash & Carry supermarkets were opened in 2001 in Moscow.Today the corporation is represented in 50 regions of our country, more than 89 shopping centers have been opened. 20 thousand people are provided with jobs.

            METRO Cash & Carry hotline

            Hotline 8-800-700-10-77. You can call the number free of charge. After dialing the number, a pleasant female voice will greet you in Russian English, ask you to switch the phone to tone mode and inform you that all conversations during communication with the operator are recorded.

            The following is an advertising message about promotions in supermarkets. For example, having dialed the phone number this weekend, I learned that frozen salmon and Borjomi water are on sale at a special price. Very convenient, you know. You can compare it with prices in other stores before going to METRO.

            What can you find out by phone?

            After a cheerful greeting and advertising you will be offered:

            1. Press button 1 on your phone to get additional information about ongoing promotions.
            2. Press button 2 to learn how to become a METRO client.
            3. By clicking on the number 3 on your phone, you can resolve issues related to the online store.
            4. Prepare the customer card number and press 0 to connect to the operator.

            If you did not have time to memorize the sounded information, you can listen to it again by pressing *. If none of the proposed actions suits you, you will need to wait for the operator’s answer and already ask him a question.

            In addition, the operators by phone:

            • accept claims.You can talk about your problem, and employees will record the information received. They will also ask in what format it will be convenient for you to receive a response – by e-mail or by phone. All received claims are forwarded to the management, and within 14 days the caller can receive an answer;
            • informs about the availability of a particular product in the supermarket.

            The hotline is available on all days of the week: from 7 am to 10 pm on weekdays, and from 8 am to 10 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

            Also, by calling 88007001077, you can find out if the submitted package of documents is sufficient for issuing a card, which the client has previously handed over to the shopping center.

            When Can’t Support Help?

            Operators solve almost all issues. However, it is not possible to apply for a card by phone. You will need to come to the shopping center and bring the necessary documents yourself.

            Other communication methods METRO Cash & Carry

            METRO has other communication methods:

            • subscribers of Russian telecom operators Beeline, MTS, Megafon, Tele-2 can call the hotline by dialing * 1077 and pressing to a call;
            • Answers to questions related to winning prizes can be obtained by calling another hotline number 8 800 770-06-10 or by clicking on the link https: // / feedback;
            • by clicking on the “Feedback” button, which is located at the very bottom of the page, you go to the online application form, which will need to be filled out;
            • You can also ask questions on the METRO page on such social networks as Facebook, Odnoklassniki, Twitter, Instagram, Vkontakte.

            The company also has its own profile on YouTube.

            Competence of operators and response time

            The operators are very friendly, as I was personally able to see, they answer politely and in detail, they ask at the end if there are any questions.It was also not difficult to get through to them, on average, after 2 minutes the employees pick up the phone.

            METRO Cash and Kerry Ukraine – comrade for all


            Details Assortment

            Dairy products


            Riba ta seafood

            Meat that bird

            Alcoholic drinks

            Confectionery virobi

            Non-alcoholic drinks

            Budinok and vidpochinok

            Vegetables and fruits

            Beauty and health

            Pobutova technology

            Frozen products

            Office comrade

            Pobutova chemistry

            Kidyache kharchuvannya

            Goods for creatures



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