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Apsys Polska appointed new property manager of Europa Centralna

Apsys Polska has been appointed by Standard Life Investments as the property manager for Europa Centralna. The shopping centre situated in Gliwice becomes the 22nd retail real estate asset in Apsys Polska’s portfolio.

Europa Centralna Shopping Centre in Gliwice is the second commercial real estate asset after Galeria Gniezno that Apsys Polska manages on behalf of Standard Life Investments. Thanks to the new contract the total gross leasable area that is managed by Apsys Polska increased by 67,000 sqm and currently reaches circa 800,000 sqm GLA. The scope of works entrusted to Apsys includes: property management, retail space management, leasing agreements management and marketing.

“We are very pleased and honoured to have won Europa Centralna Property mandate. Extending our portfolio by a 22nd shopping centre is a result of our systematically implemented development strategy and consolidates our leading position in shopping centre property and rental management. This is a great new challenge and we will put all Apsys’s team’s knowledge and know-how to offer Europa Centralna an effective and efficient management along with a successful business and marketing strategy,” said Fabrice Bansay, the CEO of Apsys Polska.

Europa Centralna Shopping Centre is one of the largest commercial real estate properties in Poland, which was opened in March 2013. Europa Centralna consists of a retail park that is home to large format stores including Saturn and Castorama as well as of a shopping gallery offering a wide selection of goods and services. Among Europa Centralna’s tenants there are also: TESCO Extra hypermarket, Jula, Jysk, RTV Euro AGD, SMYK Megastore, Reserved, H&M, Cubus, Lindex, Cropp, House, Empik, Super-Pharm and many others.

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