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Torre Outlet and Open Sky Will Open This Autumn After Postponing Their Inaugurations Due to Covid-19

The coronavirus crisis has delayed the opening of La Torre Outlet shopping centre in Zaragoza until 22 October. Meanwhile, Open Sky will be ready between October and December.

Open Sky shopping centre.

The coronavirus crisis has disrupted the plans of many companies and projects. In this way, the La Torre Outlet shopping centre in Zaragoza and the Open Sky shopping centre in the Madrilenian town of Torrejón de Ardoz, have had to delay their inaugurations, but both will now open their doors this autumn.

For its part, the La Torre Outlet Zaragoza retail park, which has been promoted by the Iberebro Group, has postponed its opening due to the health crisis. It was scheduled to open in the spring, but the 14-day construction shutdown caused delays, as reported by the company in April.

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