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New Kaufmann shopping centre opens in Zagreb

03. April 2012. | 11:22

Source: Croatian Times

City Center one in eastern Zagreb was a complete project and has helped to further extend the company's market leading position in south eastern Europe.

The Linz-based retail group Kaufmann have opened their third shopping centre in Croatia.

City Center one in eastern Zagreb was a complete project and has helped to further extend the company's market leading position in south eastern Europe.

On the first day of opening it already attracted over 45,000 visitors after taking one and a half years to build.

It follows the opening of the City Center one in Western Zagreb that was opened in 2006 and the City Center one in Split was opened in 2010.

Despite the difficult economic situation the latest project went ahead with an investment of 135 million Euros made possible by Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich AG.

The property has been let out already to 100 firms including Interspar, H&M, C&A, Humanic, Müller, Hervis, Cineplexx, Elipso, Takko, Deichmann and Peek&Cloppenburg.

In total all three centres now have over 153,000 square metres of retail space.

Last year the other two centres had around 13 million visitors.


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