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Supernova holding acquires four shopping centres in Croatia

Supernova Holding, Austrian real estate developer and investor, has acquired four shopping centres in Croatia: Centar Kaptol, Branimir Centar and Centar Cvjetni in Zagreb and City Coloseum in Slavonski Brod.

With this acquisition, Supernova has increased its portfolio in Croatia to a total of 260,000 sqm of retail space, further strengthening its leading market position.

According to local media, the company plans to open a Hilton Canopy hotel in the newly acquired Branimir centar, in cooperation with its local partner City Zagreb Hotel. In addition, Supernova also aims to rebrand Centar Kapitol complex, while maintaining the existing architectural style of the complex, located in the old part of Zagreb.

Currently, Supernova Holding operates a total of 14 shopping centre and retail park projects in Croatia and has invested €400 million in the country so far.

On the 22nd of March, the company officially opened the newly built area of Supernova Shopping Enter in Zadar. The mall has been expanded to 68,000 sqm to become one of the largest shopping centres in the Dalmatia region.

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