The largest hypermarket with the area of 7,800 sq.m of the “Lenta” retail chain has been put in operation in the Moscow region, in Butovo.
As the press office of the managing company of the trade centre has told Construction.RU today, the new hypermarket is situated in the district of Southern Butovo on the territory of New Moscow.
The new hypermarket is the 50th one of the “Lenta” chain. Its products list includes 26,000 items, including the ones manufactured by local producers and own trade brands.
To remind you, the “Lenta” company was founded in 1993 in Saint-Petersburg by Russian entrepreneur Oleg Zherebtsov. By the end of 2016 the retail chain included 165 hypermarkets and 43 supermarkets in 62 cities of Russia.