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Liberty Center reached 70 per cent occupancy rate in the last six months

The occupancy rate in Liberty Center Shopping Mall reached a level higher than 70 per cent in the last six months, after attracting new tenants for 18 per cent of the shopping centre's area, data from JLL shows.

2017-05-16 10:10:26

Company representatives estimate that the shopping centre will reach an occupancy rate higher than 80 per cent until the end of the year. From last November, Liberty Center is managed by JLL Romania.

One of the recent openings in the shopping centre is the multibrand store KVL By Kenvelo, Lee Cooper and Timeout, on a surface of 284 sqm, representing a strategic relocation of two shops located in the mall. The new concept of the multibrand shop situated on the ground floor in the main atrium, is adapted to the consumers visiting the centre.

On Friday, 12th of May, the fashion retailer Colin's opened a new store of 200 sqm area, located at the ground floor of the shopping centre.

Casa Convenienza by Casa Magica will open also, on the ground floor a new Italian furniture and home decorations store, of 1.380 sqm area.

The tenant mix of the shopping centre is also completed by two new shops, each of them having an area of 200 sqm: the Romanian fashion brand Format Lady and Raimond, multibrand leather footwear.

"Strategically, we have focused both on attracting new tenants and on the relocation of some already existing brands, with the focus in offering to the consumers a pleasant and accessible experience," said Mariana Stamate, Head of Property Management Department JLL Romania. "We see an opening from some of the retailers regarding Liberty Center. The mall will remain a proximity shopping centre, with a focus on the leisure area and targeting new tenants which would quickly adapt to this concept."

The shopping centre, with a total area of 25.700 sqm, has more than 60 tenants from fashion, food and entertainment area. Some of the main anchor tenants are Carrefour Market, Altex, Adidas, Deichmann, CCC, Sephora, Steilmann, KFC, McDonalds and Spring Time.



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