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TEDi opens its first store in Kielce

The tenants of Power Park Kielce, a property from the portfolio of the company managed by Griffin Real Estate – Chariot Top Group BV, have just been joined by the retail chain TEDi. The owner of over 2,100 shops located in Europe and a leading company in the non-food sector has strengthened the offer of the Kielce retail park with the wide and versatile range of daily needs products, decorative articles and toys. The total rental area of TEDi amounts to over 1,000 sqm.

One of the companies from Chariot Top Group BV, managed by Griffin Real Estate, a private equity investor operating in the real estate sector, has finalized a lease agreement with TEDi. The leading company in the non-food sector has just opened its first store in the Power Park Kielce, located in Radomska Street, with a total area of over 1,000 sqm.

TEDi has strengthened the home furnishing and interior design offer of the Power Park Kielce. The chain of shops with household appliances, home furnishings and decorative articles complemented the offer of other tenants, such as Auchan, Media Markt and Decathlon.

“We are happy that the TEDi chain has diversified the offer of our retail park in Kielce. This shows that new tenants appreciate the advantages of the retail properties in our portfolio, such as convenient location and the right tenant mix which definitely attract visitors,” said Piotr Fijołek, Senior Partner at Griffin Real Estate, responsible for the Chariot platform.

Power Park Kielce, with a total leasable area of 35,000 sqm, is one of the 17 real estate assets in Chariot’s portfolio – which currently consists: M1 shopping centre, 4 so-called retail parks and 12 hypermarkets with such operators as Auchan and Bi1 with a total GLA of about 350,000 sqm.

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