PARIS — A new upscale shopping mall on the banks of the Seine River hopes to draw thousands of tourists from the nearby Eiffel Tower and revitalize the Paris neighborhood where it is located, known for its office towers dating back to the Seventies.
The Beaugrenelle shopping center, featuring close to 540,000 square feet of retail and leisure spaces on six floors, recently opened after a 10-year development phase. It replaces the former Beaugrenelle shopping center that opened on the same spot in the 15th arrondissement of Paris in 1978.
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