VEGAS shopping and entertainment centres get back to normal
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On 21 July, the Crocus City Mall was transformed into a picturesque street in the Italian capital when Bvlgari, the jewellery and watchmaking Maison, unveiled a new pop-up space in the mall's tropical park. A drive-in movie theatre was set up in the mall to host a screening of the legendary film Roman Holiday.
Following Decree No. 332-PG signed by the Moscow Region Governor on 15 July 2020, restaurants will be able to return to business as usual starting from 16 July.
The history of Crocus Group dates back to the late 1980s with the Shafran (Saffron) cooperative. The company later evolved into Souvenir Trading and officially registered in Moscow on 13 July 1989, 31 years ago. The following month, the company was given the name we know today, Crocus International.
Crocus City Mall has once again confirmed its status as a luxurious fleet of premium class boutiques. Yet another launch – a pop-up boutique of the legendary Bvlgari.
Following the enactment of the Governor of the Moscow Region, non-food shops and service businesses are resuming their work on 25 June.
Based on the enactment
of the Governor of the Moscow Region issued on 11 June 2020, non-food shops and service businesses inside shopping centres across the Moscow Region will reopen on 25 June.
The festival will take place from 28 July to 1 August 2021.
Developed by the Real Estate for Retail initiative and the Russian Council of Shopping Centres, the Code is a set of guidelines shared by both landlords and tenants to facilitate cooperation during the COVID-19 pandemic.