BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, an exclusive agent of Turawa Park Shopping Centre located in Zawada near Opole, commercialized over 7,000 sqm of retail space last year. Additionally, the company is responsible for property management.
Since 2015, a team of BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland experts have been representing the landlord, and thus have been responsible for the commercialisation of Turawa Park Shopping Centre. Moreover, in 2016 BNPP RE took over the management of the property. Throughout the past twelve months, the team’s activities resulted in 8 new lease agreements and 15 extensions for a total area of about 7,350 sqm.
New tenants include an international chain Action, which offers everyday use products across over 1,000 sqm space in the retail park and Pepco, which has opened its store on 650 sqm. Since the beginning of the year, the centre has been home to the clothing stores of Big Star (175 sqm), Levi’s Mustang and 4F (175 sqm). In the near future a Diverse store with 190 sqm of space is going to be opened.
Furthermore, brands such as LPP, Carry and CCC have decided to extend the existing lease agreements.
“Over the last few years, many desirable brands have joined the tenants of Turawa Park and, thanks to the diversity of the tenant-mix, have significantly increased the attractiveness of the Centre and strengthened its positioning as a perfect shopping destination for the entire family,” said Anna Pływacz, Associate Director, Retail Agency, BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland.
“We spare no effort to make Turawa Park the first association with convenient shopping for our customers, which is why we provided them with a free, spacious car park with specially designated areas for families with children, numerous parking spaces for cyclists and fully adapted infrastructure for the disabled. Another great service for the clients of Turawa Park is the possibility to pay their bills at the cash desks of the Carrefour hypermarket. Our marketing campaigns aimed at entire families have been very popular, as illustrated by the last one organized to mark the beginning of the school year,” said Agnieszka Pyzanowicz-Francke, Director of Turawa Park Shopping Centre.
Turawa Park Shopping Centre, owned by a fund managed by the British investment firm Standard Life Aberdeen, consists of approximately 50 shops and a retail park across an area of 36,000 sqm and offers over 1,400 free parking spaces. The centre is located by the ring road of Opole allowing for a fast and convenient access to the city centre. The surroundings of Turawa Park are developing very dynamically mainly for residential purposes.
The key tenants of Turawa Park include: Carrefour hypermarket, Media Expert, Smyk, Super-Pharm, Reserved, Sinsay, Mohito, Cropp, House, C&A, Carry, Martes Sport, Empik, Sephora, Rossmann, CCC, Deichmann, KiK ,Calypso Fitness Club, Action and Pepco. It is worth noting that Turawa Park has the first IKEA order and collection point in Poland, while its extensive restaurant-mix includes KFC and Grycan.