Kroonenberg Group has concluded a new long-term lease agreement for approximately 2100 m² with existing tenant Dirk van den Broek in Shopping Centre Hoogvliet. The existing Dirk will be developed into a completely renewed supermarket in the coming period. The striking corner, which was previously the entrance for the former Bristol, has been merged with the existing Dirk store. Installing new, higher store fronts with more glass gives the supermarket more light and a greater feeling of space. This greatly increases the visibility of the store in the centre. The new supermarket will open at the end of October.

Kroonenberg Group has also concluded two new leases for the shopping centre. Kaan Noten en Delicatessen, previously based in the Albert Heijn, opened a completely new shop on the Binnenban. Martinez Chocolatier also set up shop on the Binnenban. Both long-term rental contracts started on 1 January.

A long-term extension of the existing lease contract was agreed with Specsavers.

Kroonenberg Group is busy with the redevelopment of the shopping centre in Hoogvliet.

In the past period, a total of 18 apartments were realised in former retail buildings at three locations in the centre. Due to the success of these apartments, it was decided to continue this redevelopment. At the moment, 19 apartments are being developed above the renewed Albert Heijn. These will be offered to let in the autumn.

The construction of 10 apartments will soon get underway above the Dirk that’s being renovated, the location of the former Bristol.

Kroonenberg Group will also explore the possibilities of further optimising the shopping centre and adding more homes.

Kroonenberg Group is advised by BRIQ real estate for the commercial rental of Shopping Centre Hoogvliet and by Synchro Wonen and RIVA Makelaars for the rental of the properties.