Turawa Park recorded 16 % increase in retail sales and 12.5% footfall by the end of Q3 2022

November 25, 2022

The total turnover of the tenants in Turawa Park Shopping Centre (Opole, Poland) has increased to 16% by the end of Q3 2022 compared to the 2021. Furthermore, throughout the year the 12.5% footfall was recorded.

First of all, this was made possible thanks to a well-established mix of tenants representing very well-known retail chains with Carrefour as the food anchor. Another significant factor is the infrastructure of the surroundings which makes the area even more attractive than before.
“We have been managing Turawa Park for years, therefore we can confidently state that this asset is already successful. The last vacant areas in our retail park that will get opened later this year are occupied by a new tenant Maxi Zoo. The pet shop leader will complement the current attractive retail offer which is very well established among the inhabitants of Opole city. Given the popularity of the center, some of the brands decided on serious changes. For example, Sinsay has grown from 300 sqm to 1 000 sqm, and Deichmann will soon introduce the latest concept of its store” Anna Pływacz, Associate Director, Retail Agency, BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, commented.

“We picture vast plans for the residential development of the closest surroundings, and we want to be ready to accept even more customers and propose them a greater offer in one single place. It is essential to move forward, hence we already have a strategy for the future development of the center that we will present soon” Maxim Shkolnick, General Partner of Focus Estate Fund, said.

Turawa Park Shopping Centre is a multi-format shopping center with more than 60 stores; it includes a gallery with an area of 18,031 m2, a retail park – 8,040 m2, managed by BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland limited liability company. Turawa Park’s anchor tenants are such well-known brands as Carrefour, Reserved, Sinsay, Media Expert, Action, Smyk. Other tenants include Rossmann, Big Star, C&A, Pepco, Levis, Sephora, Deichmann.
Focus Estate Fund – Real estate investment fund focusing on non-prime retail properties in Central and Eastern Europe. The Fund’s strategy is to invest in the existing mid-scale commercial properties in the most dynamic European markets.