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Kari came to Kaluga
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Kari came to Kaluga

Cushman & Wakefield is forming a pool of tenants in the Suvorovsky shopping center in Kaluga. Shoe operator Kari is among the new tenants.

Cushman & Wakefield has already signed a lease with Kari. The store has already started its work. It should be noted that the Suvorovsky shopping center became the first site in the city for Kari.

The Suvorovskiy shopping center is located in the very center of Kaluga, on Suvorova Street, which is a backup to the city's main thoroughfare (Kirov Street) and has intensive pedestrian and car traffic. The total area of ​​the object is 12 sq. m, retail space - 000 7 sq. m.

At the moment, the number of anchor tenants of the Suvorovsky shopping center already includes such operators as the Perekrestok grocery supermarket (1400 sq. M.), The Uuterra home goods hypermarket (1050 sq. M.), The DSN household appliances store (530 sq. M.) m), children's goods store "Korablik" (750 sq. m).

Alexey Alekseev, senior consultant of the retail real estate department at Cushman & Wakefield, comments: “The concept of the Suvorovskiy shopping center is based on the focus on the family format, which involves attracting tenants whose offers are interesting to all categories of buyers - both from a demographic point of view and from a level income.

According to studies, among the administrative centers of the Central Federal District, Kaluga is one of the cities characterized by steady growth in purchasing power over the past few years. The average salary in Kaluga is 28 223 rubles per month, which is a quarter higher than the average for Russia. Naturally, such potential solvent demand arouses interest from large retailers.

Cushman & Wakefield forms a pool of tenants of the Suvorovsky shopping center in Kaluga. Among the new tenants is the shoe operator Kari. Cushman & Wakefield has already signed a lease with Kari. The store has already begun ...
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