Well, girls, you can shop until you drop now in Reus, come, rain or Sun. But don’t forget the old man’s credit cards!

After the first hours of opening last Thursday the new shopping center next to Parc Sant Jordi, had the highest influx came from seven in the evening. It was when queues were recorded in stores or on the escalators. The staff also had to work hard to meet this demand. In some stores, there were queues at the cash registers.

The building has 65 retail units most were occupied but, on the top floor there are still some units available.

Metrovacesa real estate of Madrid, designed and constructed the Metrovacesa Reus 1complex. They said they had invested €110 million in project and estimate that 600 new jobs have been created. The CEO, Carlos Garcia Leon, said I’m convinced the project will “strengthen local commerce.” by attracting new shoppers to Reus from the surrounding areas.

Thousands of visitors came to the new centre, to look around and make the first purchases. The influx of people into the streets of the city centre was a typical Friday.

The centre is just a few minutes walk from the Train Station. Crossover dual carriageway (Passeig de Mata and walk down Carrer Ample and just before Placa Lliberttat, turn left down Carrer Antoni Gaudi, La Fira is at the end on the right. The centre also has a 24-hour public underground car park with 853.