Renoma is a modern multi-functional building combining retail and services with office space, located right in the centre of Wrocław, with modernist architecture dating back to 1930. The Old Town and the opera house are nearby.
The building stands out for its unique façade, which was completely restored during the building’s modernization and expansion in 2009. Portrait sculptures on the façade presenting people from various continents were intended by the building’s founders, the Wertheim brothers, to symbolize not just diversity and the foreign origin of the goods available there before the war but also—and more importantly—to emphasize openness to other people and respect for their beliefs.
Renoma today stands out not just because of its looks. Continuing tradition, the centre combines retail offerings with promotion of the arts and hosting of important cultural events as well as educational and social programmes prepared for the residents of Wrocław.
Renoma’s lower floors are occupied by over 120 stores and service units, along with a restaurant section, while the upper floors are used for office space. The building is well-connected with other parts of town thanks to numerous tram and bus lines.