Dealz expands the retail offer of Kalinka
Kalinka Retail Park in Kalisz will soon gain a new tenant following the signature of a lease agreement with well-known European retailer Dealz, which operates a chain of stores in Ireland, France, Spain, and across the UK under the Poundland brand, in December 2017. Dealz will occupy a 460 sqm store. Savills represented Antan Development Polska in the lease transaction.
Dealz continues its European expansion with its first two store openings in Poland. Dealz is a retail concept of stores offering a broad range of products of well-known brands at competitive prices. The Poundland/Dealz Group has been on the market since 1990 and now has over 900 stores across the United Kingdom and Western Europe, employing more than 18,000 staff. Dealz is now owned by
PEPKOR Europe, the owner of leading retailers: PEPCO in Central and Eastern Europe, and Poundland UK/Dealz in Western Europe.
Dealz stores carry a general line of merchandise, including household items, food and drink, health and beauty products, and homeware. The Dealz brand aims to offer a wide range of products at very competitive prices.
“We are pleased that this leading foreign brand has decided to open one of its first stores in Poland at the Kalinka Retail Park, beginning its expansion into this part of Europe with Poland. The Dealz store will ideally complement the retail offer of Kalinka, whose commercialisation is running extremely smoothly,” says Krzysztof Wyrzykowski, Senior Leasing Manager, Retail Agency, Savills.
The Kalinka Retail Park is located in Kalisz, near the intersection of Serbinowska and Młynarska streets, amid large residential estates. It comprises four buildings totaling approximately 7900 sqm. The complex benefits from many public transport links enabling Kalisz inhabitants easy access to it. Kalinka also offers 147 surface parking spaces and an underground, 50-space car park. The investor of the Kalinka Retail Park is Antan Development Polska. Global real estate advisory firm Savills is responsible for the commercialization of Kalinka.