Prague,
29
May
2017
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11:30
Europe/Amsterdam

CBRE: Alza has opened a branch in OC Futurum Ostrava

CBRE, the world leader in commercial real estate services, negotiated the lease for commercial space for the third largest branch of Alza.cz in the Czech Republic. The new premises have a total area of 1,173 m2 of business units and another 1,000 m2 of utility areas located in Shopping Centre Futurum Ostrava. Thanks to the new main branch in Ostrava, the company has strengthened its operations in the Moravian-Silesian Region. The branch opened for business on 27th April, 2017. Shopping Centre Futurum Ostrava, the new owner of which is Star Capital Investments, has significantly expanded its offer of products and brands with this leasing agreement.

Veronika Tebichová, Head of Shopping Centre Leasing at CBRE
We’re very pleased to have contributed to further strengthening and revitalizing Futurum Ostrava with a new key tenant. A strong new strong neighbour has joined last year’s new tenants, such as Takko and Decathlon.
Veronika Tebichová, Head of Shopping Centre Leasing at CBRE

The new Alza.cz main branch in Ostrava is unique in that the storeroom makes up to 80% of the area leased, which has a capacity of almost 15,000 items. This improves the immediate availability of goods, allowing customers to take more than three-quarters of on-site orders straight home. The new regional branch will replace the existing branches in Ostrava. Only the shop in Poruba in Ostrava will be replaced by the popular AlzaBox. The length of the opening hours is above standard once again, with Alza.cz allowing buyers to shop one hour than the other stores in the shopping centre.

We’re persuaded that being able to take home goods immediately is the most important factor for customers. We’re also targeting support in the Moravian-Silesian Region to the utmost, where we had certain reservations.
Jan Moudřík, Director of Expansion, Facility a Showroom Management at Alza.cz
About CBRE

CBRE Group, a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (in terms of 2016 revenue). The Company has approximately 75,000 employees and serves real estate investors and occupiers through approximately 450 offices worldwide (excluding affiliates). CBRE offers a broad range of integrated services including project management; property management; investment management; valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting and research and consulting. In the Czech Republic, CBRE has almost 350 employees and manages nearly 70 commercial premises with a total area nearly 1.2 mil. sq. m. Read more at www.cbre.cz.