Le Pain Quotidien leases at Gelderlandplein
Le Pain Quotidien has signed a long-term lease with Kroonenberg Groep for 390 m² in the Gelderlandplein Shopping Centre. By signing Le Pain Quotidien, Kroonenberg Groep is contributing to fulfilling Gelderlandplein’s aspirations to attract more upscale food service establishments. Le Pain Quotidien’s new location at Gelderlandplein is its sixth location in the Netherlands.
Le Pain Quotidien was founded by Alain Coumont who opened a small bakery in 1990 where he kneaded flour, salt and water by hand to make the artisanal loaves that have now become his trademark. Today, these loaves are still the basis for the simple, nutritious, and largely organic cuisine served at Le Pain Quotidien’s 225 locations on five continents. Having originated in Belgium, Le Pain Quotidien is now an international franchise organisation with its headquarters in New York City.
Thanks to a collaboration between Kroonenberg Groep and Multi Vastgoed, the Gelderlandplein Shopping Centre is undergoing an extensive renovation based on a design by Rijnboutt. The second phase of this project is now fully under way. Le Pain Quotidien will open its doors once these substantial alterations along Van Leijenberglaan have been completed.
KroesePaternotte and Cushman & Wakefield are advising Kroonenberg Groep with regard to lease in the Gelderlandplein Shopping Centre.