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New brands and restaurants have opened in the Letňany Shopping Centre

CBRE, the exclusive manager of the Letňany Shopping Centre in Prague, announced the opening of new fashion, jewellery and food stores in this department store. Among the new tenants are well-known brands like Nespresso, Sumo Sushi, Pandora, Alpine Pro, Presence Klenoty, Otto Berg, Super Zoo, Frisson and Punjabi Food.

The manager of the Letňany Shopping Centre, owned by the prominent investment company CBRE Global Investors, aims to build the best business mix in line with the clients’ needs of this centre and reach new potential customers. In addition to these new businesses, he is already preparing to open additional stores in the near future. CBRE is currently discussing and updating all existing key lease agreements.

Veronika Tebichová, Head of Shopping Centre Leasing at CBRE said: “We are pleased to welcome new tenants who have greatly developed our expansion idea of the fashion segment and gastronomy, which corresponds to current trends in developing business centres according to the requirements of the end customers.”

Robert Sninčák, Head of Investment Operations CZ, SVK, HU&RO at CBRE GI Central Europe, s.r.o., added: “Thanks to our excellent cooperation with CBRE we are able to develop the project of the Letňany Shopping Centre to bring our visitors not only new shopping opportunities but also modern gastronomy experiences.”

Letňany Shopping Centre is one of the three largest centres in Prague. It offers its customers shopping in more than 180 stores of well-known world brands on an area of over 125,000 sqm. Fashion stores, accessories and jewellery are the most prominent in the centre. Of course there are other related services such as dry cleaners, hairdressers, footwear repair shops, banks, a pharmacy and a wide range of refreshments and much more. The Baumax retail store is also located in the centre, with an assortment of building materials, interior furnishings and gardening supplies. This wide range of shopping opportunities can be enriched by a visit to a multi-cinema, aqua centre, winter stadium and indoor tennis courts or you can experience adrenaline in the Hurricane Factory or Surf Arena.

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