CCC is another tenant to take up space in marcredo Center, the first shopping centre in Zawiercie. The developer of the retail scheme elbfonds Development has signed an almost 700 sq m lease with CCC. Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, represented the developer in this transaction.
CCC stores offer customers a wide range of footwear at attractive prices. CCC is the largest footwear manufacturer in Poland and while keeping prices down it is also focused on ensuring top quality and meeting customer tastes. It offers a large assortment of various footwear models and brands, including sports and children’s shoes. CCC's store in marcredo Center Zawiercie will occupy 687 sq m.
Kinga Kozłowska, Letting Manager, elbfonds Development, said: “We are pleased that our shopping centre has gained another tenant providing a broad retail offer and top-quality standards backed up by years of experience. We plan to create a regional shopping centre with a strong tenant-mix anchored by well-known Polish and international retailers and local entrepreneurs. Our shopping centre is intended for whole families as an interesting place to be for everyone while doing shopping.”
marcredo Center will be the first large shopping centre in Zawiercie. It will be a one-level scheme providing around 20,000 sq m of retail space and 630 underground and surface parking spaces. marcredo Center is poised to become a truly regional shopping centre given its location near the major thoroughfare of Zawiercie (Wojska Polskiego Street) and the planned city ring-road. It is a modern and environmentally-friendly retail scheme.
Tomasz Górski, a senior negotiator from the Retail Department of Cushman & Wakefield, said: “marcredo Center Zawiercie is a very attractive destination for tenants. The developer is carefully preparing the tenant-mix to create the best offer meeting customers’ needs. Zawiercie residents are very much looking forward to the opening of the first such shopping centre in the area and we are confident that it will attract high footfall.”