Astrakhan is the fourth-largest city in the South Federal District of Russia. The city has a population of half a million. Before the opening of the Yarmarka shopping centre, the city had just 98m2 of shopping area per 1,000 inhabitants, indicating an underserved demand for shopping and entertainment properties in the region. The shopping centre’s convenient location, the absence of competitors, and its excellent accessibility ensure its lasting popularity in the area. The shopping centre has a leasing area of 38,000m2 and a footfall of 30,000. The centre houses a range of boutiques, including well-known international brands as well as a multiplex cinema with an IMAX screen, restaurants and other facilities.
Yarmarka is located in the central part of the city at the Station Square. The centre’s good transport links is one of its principal advantages.
The shopping centre is accessible on foot and by car and public transport. It hosts a car park on the roof of the building with 720 spaces.