The news is only about a week old: The H&M location at the Mozart intersection on Landstrasse 44 will close on March 11th. But there is no need to fear a long period of vacancy, as planning councilor Dietmar Prammer (SP) revealed today on the sidelines of a press conference.
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The reason: Apparently the Rewe Group, which operates a Billa branch in the rear part of the building, wants to expand its sales area to the existing H&M premises. At least that’s what comes from an application for zoning by the homeowner Galileo Private Foundation, which was approved by the local council in December. According to the old dedication, only 400 of the 2900 m2 of sales space could be used for food and beverages. This restriction has been lifted. However, it is still unclear how much of the freed up space will actually be used by Billa.
First branch in Linz
The H&M opposite Martin-Luther-Platz was opened in September 1998 as the fashion group’s first branch in downtown Linz. What remains for now is the 3,000 square meter flagship on Taubenmarkt and the branch in Plus City.
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