Golden November: The Spitzkrug Multi Center in Frankfurt (Oder) is already the second property this month, for which MEC METRO-ECE Centermanagement GmbH & Co. KG will assume the management.
The mandate was awarded by an investment company from Luxembourg, represented by Alteris Capital Partners LLP, and covers the commercial and technical property, center and leasing management. The operational aspect of the center and technical property management will remain on-site with the CENTIM Centermanagement- und Immobilienverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH, who will act on behalf of MEC.
“We hope this constellation of the two management companies will bring the best from two worlds together. CENTIM has long-term experience with the location as well as a strong regional network. The MEC convinced us with its strong letting expertise, its position as clear market leader for retail parks and hybrid malls in Germany as well as its commercial expertise,” explains Patrick Pfeiffer, Investment Director, Alteris.
Spitzkrug Multi Center with magnetic effect beyond the Polish border
Opened in 1994, the Spitzkrug Multi Center is located in the northern outskirts of Frankfurt (Oder), directly at the national highway B5. This provides the hybrid mall with very good traffic links, thereby establishing it as a supply and shopping location for customers from the surrounding area ranging as far as Poland. The 25,000m² selling space currently offers nearly 70 shops, including Kaufland, Adler, MediMax, Rossmann and Dänisches Bettenlager. This agglomeration is complemented by well-known and popular providers, such as Edeka C&C and Toom Baumarkt in neighbouring buildings under different ownership.
Spitzkrug Multi Center receives fresh look
Comprehensive refurbishment measures have already been initiated at the Spitzkrug Multi Center in the past few months. More than 2 million euros have gone into the roof renovation and the technical building equipment. Beyond this, a comprehensive refurbishment of the general areas is to be carried out in the coming year, with the mall, the entry areas as well as the food court receiving a modern look with fresh colours and a new lighting concept.