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EuropaProperty unveils short-list for 9th annual CEE Retail Real Estate Awards

Semi-final results are now in for the upcoming EuropaProperty CEE Retail Real Estate Awards showcasing and recognising some of the most accomplished projects, companies, retailers and individuals from the region in 2016. Trumpeted as the retail sector’s most respected and prestigious awards celebration, the 9th edition will be attended by some of the industry’s leading firms and individuals, and will take place on January 26th 2017, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Warsaw, Poland.

“This year we received a record number of entries from throughout the region, which illustrates the importance of the EuropaProperty CEE Retail Real Estate Awards,” commented Craig Smith, Publisher of EuropaProperty and Organiser of the CEE Retail Real Estate Awards. “The sponsors, attendees and judges are senior level European or Central European directors, which affirms the CEE Retail Real Estate Awards as a true industry landmark event.”

A record number of retailers have been nominated this year accentuating the strength and depth of the region’s retail sector. “Retailer of the Year” awards will be given to retailers active throughout the region based on their market innovation, expansion, contribution to the market, market share, concept and design, and commercial success.

This year an array of different retail projects and formats from across the region have made the short-list and will compete for “Retail Project of the Year” awards in six different development categories. The projects selected all showcase innovative concepts including connectivity, design, architecture, and sustainability, as well as offer an immersive customer experience at their centre.

“Company of the Year” awards will be presented to the leading developer, investor, bank, consultant/letting agent, retail leasing specialist, professional service provider, law firm, property management firm, architectural firm and tax & financial adviser in Central and Eastern Europe for activities and accomplishments during 2016. Companies are judged on their overall market contribution, quality of customer services, market innovation, commercial success, leadership and market penetration.

Awards will also be given to the “Overall Retailer of the Year” in addition to “Overall Professional of the Year.”

The semi-final results have been narrowed down, by an independent jury of judges, from a field of over 400 nominated companies and projects to determine the following semi-finalists:

Retailer of the Year

Coffeeshop Retailer

Costa Coffee

Etno Cafe

Green Cafe Nero

Starbucks

Entertainment & Leisure Retailer

CityFit

Helios

Fabryka Formy

Kindermagnet

Klockownia

Pure Jatomi Fitness

Speciality Retailer

Castorama

Dr Zdrowie

Empik

Pepco

Rossmann

SMYK

Multi-Media Retailer

Empik

Euro RTV

Media Markt

Saturn

Cafe/Fast Food Retailer

Blue Frog

Bierhalle

Burger King

Fresh Corner

Kaab

KFC

La Tagiatella

Pizza Hut

Vapiano

Supermarket Chain

Bricomarche

Carrefour

Eurotorg

Intermarche

Piotr i Pawel

Cosmetics Retailer

Adore

Golden Rose

Rossmann

Jewellery Store

Claire’s

Pandora

Swarovski

Tous

W.Kruk

Yes

Footwear Retailer

Deichmann

FLO

Gino Rossi

Kazar

Fashion Retailer (under 500 sqm)

Adidas

Carpisa

Cropp

Mohito

Simple

SinSay

Vistula

4F

Fashion Retailer (over 500 sqm)

Defacto

H&M

House

Kik

Reserved

Lingerie Retailer

Calzedonia

Intimissimi

Palmers

Tezenis

Newcomer

Dr Zdrowie

Etno Cafe

Forever 21

Hamleys

Klockownia

Tezenis

Company of the Year

Professional Service Provider

APA Via and Partnerzy

APA Wojciechowski

Bilfinger HSG Facility Management

Chapman Taylor

First Title Insurance

HRA Architekci

MK Illumination

RegioPlan

Sud Architekt Polska

Tara HR Consulting

Tax & Financial Adviser

Advicero Tax

Hogan Lovells

Linklaters

Magnusson

TPA Poland

Law Firm

Dentons

Hogan Lovells

KPRF Law Office

Linklaters

Magnusson

White & Case

Wolf Theiss

Project Management Company

Blue Projects

CBRE

Gleeds Polska

Portico Project Management

Property Management Company

Apsys Polska

Atrium Real Estate Management

Balmain Property Management

CBRE

Cream Management

Cushman & Wakefield

Echo Polska Properties

Master Management Group

Mayland

Savills

TriGranit Management Corporation

Bank of the Year

Berlin Hyp AG

Bank Pekao

Deutsche Hypo

Helaba Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen

ING Bank Śląski

pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank

Retail Agency

The Blue Ocean Investment Group (BOIG)

CBRE

Colliers International

Cushman & Wakefield

JLL

Investor of the Year

Arcona Capital

CBRE Global Investors

Griffin Real Estate

Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management

Rockcastle

Union Investment

Retail Developer

Acteeum

Apsys Polska

Atrium European Real Estate

Carrefour Polska

Echo Investment

Dekada

Globe Trade Centre

Immochan

Immofinanz Group

Inter IKEA

Katharsis Development

Master Management Group

Mayland

Shopping Center Director

Joanna Bagińska – Apsys Polska

Anna Biarda – Cushman & Wakefield

Katarzyna Klaczka-Wachowska – CBRE

Grzegorz Filipczyk – JLL

Yoram Reshef – Blue City

Wojciech Stokowski – Cushman & Wakefield

Andrzej Wąsowicz – ECE Projektmanagement

Mariusz Machnicki – Echo Polska Properties

Krzysztof Widawski – Echo Polska Properties

Izabela Janiszewska – CBRE

Paweł Kotlarski – CBRE

Aleksandra Rzońca – Immochan

Michał Góźdź – MGC Invest

Ewa Spychalska – Neinver

Teresa Kudrycka – Savills

Kamil Grażul – Savills

Agnieszka Nowak – GTC

Jarosław Szymczak – ECE

Lech Polański – Balmain Property Management

Monika Magner – CBRE

Professional of the Year

Andrzej Czarnecki – Euro-net

Maciej Dyjas – Griffin Real Estate

Martin Erbe – Helaba

Paul Kuśmierz – Master Management Group

Ronan Martin – Carrefour Polska

Rafał Trusiewicz – Katharsis Development

Katarzyna Volkman – TJX Europe

Jacek Wachowicz – GTC

Aleksander Walczak – Dekada SA

Karel Zeman – CBRE Global Investors

Shopping Centre Large – over 50,000 sqm GLA

Centrum Posnania – Apsys – Poland

Dana Mall – Dana Holdings – Belarus

Lavina Mall – Mandarin – Ukraine

Victoria Gardens – USH-BUD – Ukraine

Shopping Centre Medium – over 15,000 sqm GLA

Aupark in Hradec Kralove – HB Reavis – Czech Republic

Galeria Metropolia – PB Górski – Poland

Navigator – Rank Progress – Poland

Galeria Wolomin – Acteeum – Poland

Galeria Glogovia – Saller Polbau – Poland

Galeria Tomaszow – Acteeum – Poland

Shopping Centre Small – under 15,000 sqm GLA

Gondola Legionowo – Jerzy Pec – Poland

Kubometr – Alef Estate Development – Ukraine

Karuzela Września – Września Galeria Handlowa – Poland

Galeria Krolewska – Wodrol – Poland

Galeria Grodova – Napollo Real Estate – Poland

Galeria Prerov – Reality Management – Czech Republic

Quick Park Mysłowice – Real2B – Poland

Shopping Centre Extension

Atrium Promenada – Atrium European Real Estate – Poland

Galeria Rynek – P.U.H. Motozbyt – Poland

Galeria Leszno – Multi – Poland

Morena – Carrefour Polska – Poland

Outlet Center Białystok – Outlet Center Retail Management – Poland

Convenience Store Chain

Dekada – Dekada – Poland

HopStop – Katharsis Development – Poland

MyBox – Eyemaxx – Regional

Quick Park – Real 2b – Poland

Stop.Shop – Immofinanz Group – Regional

Retail Renovation/Refurbishment Project

Galeria Jurajska – GTC – Poland

Galeria Handlowa Turzyn – Tristan Capital Partners – Poland

Galeria Zaspa – Akron Group/Capital Park – Poland

TSUM Kyiv – ESTA Holding – Ukraine

Hala Koszyki – Griffin Real Estate – Poland

MAHÜ77 – Redevco – Austria

The award recipients will be chosen the evening before the awards gala by a group of active commercial real estate professionals with vast market experience, who have come together to form an academy of jurors.

Furthermore, to complement the 9th annual CEE Retail Real Estate Awards Gala, EuropaProperty is organizing a series of discussion panels which will provide current analysis on the developing markets in the region from the perspective of retailers looking to enter and expand in Central and Eastern Europe.

In addition to offering the opportunity to meet and network with leading market players, the panel discussions will examine, in detail, the retail real estate and investment markets of Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Ukraine and the Baltic’s. The schedule includes morning and afternoon networking coffee breaks and lunch.

As with all EuropaProperty events the 9th Annual CEE Retail Real Estate Awards and Retail Forum will pride itself on an unrivalled format that brings together top professionals in an environment conducive to offering the opportunity to meet and network with leading market players.

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