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Capitol Park Ivanić Grad Opening in October

Poseidon Group, London-based property investor, developer and asset manager, continues to expand and strengthen its Capitol Park network in Croatia.

The company has been operating in Croatia for 15 years, successfully managing 11 retail parks and neighbourhood centres across the country.

By the end of 2020, Poseidon will run 15 Capitol Parks in the region, bringing a modern shopping experience to its visitors nationwide.

New Shopping Center Opening

Capitol Park Ivanić Grad, due to open in October 2020, is a reconstruction of a previous Konzum building near the city centre. The building will be transformed into a new shopping destination for the more than 9,000 residents of Ivanic Grad.

The 5,000 sqm Capitol Park will introduce three international brands, opening their stores for the very first time in the city – namely Pepco, TEDi and Kik Textilien. Konzum and Caffe Bar will remain as important tenants in the building.

Capitol Park Ivanić Grad is a new destination for shopping and will provide 50 jobs for the local community upon opening.

Poseidon Group Corporate Affairs director James Gunn emphasised the value that Capitol Park brings to the community:

“We value a family shopping experience and adjust our tenant mix and leisure activities to create an ideal shopping destination for all generations. Under our Capitol Park and Shopping Capitol brands, Poseidon Group is a recognised high-quality regional retail leader, and we are happy to continue our growth in Croatia and build new possibilities in the retail sector through this year and next.”

The Capitol Park Brand

The Capitol Park brand is part of Poseidon Group’s retail real estate portfolio composed of more than 280,000 sqm of built and managed Capitol Parks and Capitol Centres across SE Europe, and 90,000 sqm of built supermarkets alongside more than 1,000 residential apartments and houses.

The company is actively exploring co-investment partnerships in its UK and SE Europe projects with investors worldwide.

About Poseidon Group

Established in 2001 in London, Poseidon Property has grown to employ more than 200 people globally. The current book value of its projects is EUR 1.2 billion.

In Croatia, the portfolio includes retail developments in Ivanic Grad, Jastrebarsko, Krk, Krizevci, Kutina, Makarska, Pozega, Slavonski Brod, Sisak, Vinkovci and Zadar.

Capitol Park Investments

Capitol Park strives to become the leading retail park network in SE Europe by providing an international shopping experience while delivering unbeatable local prices.

Currently present in Serbia and with upcoming openings in Croatia, the network will include a total of 16 retail parks by the end of 2020.

For more information about the Capitol Park portfolio visit www.capitolpark.eu.

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