News Article CPI Czech Republic investment mall Meyer Bergman retail shopping
by Property Forum | Investment

CPI Property Group announced the acquisition of Futurum Hradec Kralove Shopping Centre from Meyer Bergman, a privately held real estate investment management firm.


Futurum Shopping Centre, located in Hradec Kralove, Czechia, was opened in 2000 and was substantially extended and modernised in 2012. The centre, with a total floor area of 39,000 square meters and 1,350 parking spaces, consists of 110 stores including an anchor Tesco hypermarket and a multiplex cinema. Futurum Shopping Centre is the dominant shopping centre in the Hradec Kralove administrative region.
 
“Futurum Hradec Kralove Shopping Centre is our first prime shopping centre in the north-eastern part of Czechia and strengthens our presence in this region,” commented Tomáš Salajka, Director of Acquisitions, Asset Management & Sales, CPI Property Group. “The centre fits perfectly into our long-term strategic plan to continue growing our regionally dominant position in the retail segment.”
 
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