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News Hystead acquires two Croatian malls
28
Feb
2018

Hystead acquires two Croatian malls

by Import Sys
Hystead Limited, a UK company co-owned by Hyprop Investments Limited (Hyprop) and PDI Investment Holdings Limited (PDI), has acquired a 90% interest in two Croatian shopping centres. The purchase consideration net of €154.4 million asset-based finance is €129.1 million, of which Hyprop’s effective share is approximately €77.5 million. The two malls, namely City Center one Zagreb West and City Center one Zagreb East, are located in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The transaction is conditional upon approval of the Croatian competition authority and is expected to close at the end of March 2018.
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News Retail supply expands rapidly in Poland
21
Feb
2018

Retail supply expands rapidly in Poland

by Import Sys
In 2017, approximately 360,000 sqm of new retail space was delivered to the Polish market, which is 15% less than in 2016. Most new shopping centres were completed in the eight largest agglomerations (over 66% of completions). Thus, at the end of 2017, the total stock of modern shopping centre space in Poland reached approximately 11.5 million sqm, according to Colliers International.
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News Retailers need to stop being dinosaurs, our world has changed
08
Feb
2018

Retailers need to stop being dinosaurs, our world has changed

by Ákos Budai
The European retail market has changed drastically and market players looking to stay in the race need to invest in innovation. Although there is no definite recipe for success, the general consensus is that offline stores need to transform into places that provide an experience. Panellists at the RICS European Retail Conference 2018 in Milan provided an insight into the key industry developments
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News Wing acquires Budapest shopping centre
05
Feb
2018

Wing acquires Budapest shopping centre

by Import Sys
Wing Zrt. has acquired a retail portfolio which includes the EuroCenter Óbuda shopping centre as well as two properties in the regional city of Szombathely. The company has over ten years of experience developing and managing retail properties and plans to carry out value-enhancing investments across the new portfolio with a particular focus on the Buda shopping centre. Wing intends to invest in improving the shopping centre’s existing strengths for both shoppers and tenants.
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News Is de-malling the next step for Europe?
31
Jan
2018

Is de-malling the next step for Europe?

by Ákos Budai
Retail is changing rapidly with e-commerce having already brought on the death of several shopping centres overseas. Europe is not exempt from this phenomenon, even though the market in general strongly differs from that of the U. S. An interview with Savino Natalicchio MRICS, Director of the Retail Business Unit at Duff & Phelps Real Estate Advisory Group’s Advisory and Valuation Department in Milan, who talked about the future of retail and changing shopping centre valuation practices.
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News Aerium sells three Polish shopping centres
31
Jan
2018

Aerium sells three Polish shopping centres

by Import Sys
Aerium, a European real estate fund manager has disposed of three shopping centres in Poland to Newbridge, a Warsaw-based investment & development firm. The portfolio includes CH Czyzyny and CH Bielawy, both opened in 2002 in the cities of Krakow and Torun, respectively, and CH Guliwer, which has been operating in Lodz since 1997. The assets comprise over 72,000 sqm of gross lettable space and are anchored by Carrefour on a long-term lease.
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News Poland attracts Russian, Romanian and Spanish brands
11
Jan
2018

Poland attracts Russian, Romanian and Spanish brands

by Import Sys
The Polish retail market witnessed a large number of interesting developments throughout 2017. Magdalena Sadal, Head of Retail Research and Advisory at Cresa Poland presented an outlook for 2018.
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News Carrefour opens new innovative store in Warsaw
28
Dec
2017

Carrefour opens new innovative store in Warsaw

by Import Sys
Carrefour opened a new hypermarket in Warsaw. Its customers will be able to take advantage of its digital solutions, as well as range of new commercial concepts, including m-commerce type services, a restaurant right in the heart of the store and a line of checkouts that is not quite what they'll be expecting.
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News New retail brands enter the Polish market in 2017
20
Dec
2017

New retail brands enter the Polish market in 2017

by Import Sys
In 2017, Green Caffe Nero, TK Maxx, Dla Spania, KappAhl, Newbie, Home&Deco, Good Label, T-Mobile and Forever 21 opened twelve new stores across Poland totalling more than 9,800 sqm of floorspace. Each project was delivered by the Retail Agency team of Cushman & Wakefield.
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News Union Investment buys Wroclaw shopping centre for €380 million
15
Dec
2017

Union Investment buys Wroclaw shopping centre for €380 million

by Import Sys
Union Investment has expanded its Polish shopping centre portfolio by making its first investment of this kind in Wrocław. The latest addition to open-ended real estate fund Unilmmo: Europa is Magnolia Park, which comprises some 100,000 sqm of retail space. Sold to Union Investment by Blackstone for around €380 million, the shopping centre is almost fully let, with leases having an average of 4.2 years to run. The shopping centre will continue to be managed by Multi after the sale. Cushman & Wakefield advised Union Investment on the transaction.
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New leases

  • RedDeer.Games, a company in the investment portfolio of the PMPG Polskie Media group, has a new office in the centre of Warsaw. The new office is located in the Wolf Zielna building and has an area of 600 sqm.
  • Popeyes will open in Posnania shopping centre on 1st of August. The Poznań restaurant will be the first outlet in Greater Poland and the seventh in Poland.
  • Tuplex is a new tenant in Multipark Bydgoszcz, where it took 1,450 sqm of warehouse and office space. The tenant was advised during the lease negotiations by Newmark Polska.

New appointments

  • Marcin Kucinski, previously Chief Operating Officer, has been appointed General Manager at Royal Tulip Warsaw Apartments, replacing Rafal Kincer, who took over as CEO of Polski Holding Hotelowy as of 15th of July 2024.
  • Anna Staniszewska has taken the position of Associate Director in the strategic consulting team at CBRE. She has many years of experience in real estate development consulting and analysis of all sectors of the property market in Poland.
  • The Management Board of Answear.com notified that on July 16, 2024, the Supervisory Board elected Wojciech Chabasiewicz as chairman and Arkadiusz Bajołek as vice-chairman of the Supervisory Board.

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