After the eight months of construction work which passed since the cornerstone was laid for the Baltic Galleria (Polish name: Galeria Baltycka), the building reached its target size.

The Baltic Galleria is being built in Gdansk-Wrzeszcz at the junction of Grunwaldzka and Kosciuszki streets. The General Contractor on that project is HOCHTIEF Polska Budokor Branch in cooperation with HOCHTIEF Construction Berlin–Brandenburg Branch.
The construction of the building was ordered by ECE Projektmanagement.

The 17-metre high Baltic Galleria building with a useful space of 103,000 sqm has already deserved the status of the largest shopping mall of the city. The construction work is scheduled to be completed in autumn of 2007.

Three levels of the giant will accommodate approx. 200 shops, cafes, restaurants and service facilities. The last two levels will be occupied by a multi-storey car park with over 1000 parking places. The Galleria offers 39,500 sqm of commercial space, 98 per cent of which has already been rented. The tenants will include the representatives of the most renowned Polish as well as international brands, including 30 new ones, which have so far not been absent from the city.

The modern architectural design of the building gives an impression of lightness and transparency, which is attributed to sandstone and profiled glass finish of the facade, the interior design based on the motives of sandy beaches, sea and sun as well as to the bright colours and a 56 metre long elliptical glass dome over the central passageway.

The rich offer of the Baltic Galleria will be easily accessible thanks to its convenient location – right at the route which connects Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia and in a direct vicinity of a rapid metropolitan train station, bus station and stops of a number of tram lines.