New long-term leases singned for Gelderlandplein
Kroonenberg Groep has reached a consensus with a number of existing tenants on new long-term leases on Gelderlandplein.
Albert Heijn has renewed its lease for a long-term period. In early June, work on a complete renovation of the store will begin, to be completed in early 2016. The renovation will add approximately 500m² of retail space, increasing the total store GFA to 4500m². Another addition after the renovation will be the placement of loading and unloading activities fully internally, within the store.
Shoemaker Van Leest, tobacconist Van Lookeren and Happy Print have also renewed their leases for long-term periods. All tenants are renovating their current stores to follow the redevelopment of the entire shopping centre.
Finally, Tjins (exotic sandwiches) has signed a lease for a new location within the shop-ping centre. In mid-June, Tjins will be opening its doors at its new location on Willem van Weldammelaan.
Kroonenberg Groep is carrying out a dramatic renovation of the Gelderlandplein shopping centre in cooperation with Multi Vastgoed. Designer of the renovation is the Rijnboutt architecture agency. At this point, work on the 2nd phase has been completed and the 3rd and final phase has been started. Meanwhile, the redevelopment of the for-mer office complex De Veldert into the Elements longstay hotel is proceeding apace.