Denis Cupic, Head of Asset Management, Westgate Shopping City. Image: Sasa Zinaja
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10 new store openings this month at Westgate

This September, Westgate Shopping City celebrates several new store openings. These stores come from a wide variety of sectors, including interior design, furniture, and fashion.

These new openings support Westgate’s new strategy as a family mall as well as its restructuring of the tenant mix. Westgate designed special segments, such as Westgate Home and Westgate Kids to accommodate specific areas for interior & furniture as well as children. Westgate Home, the interior cluster within the center, now includes Aledo furniture, Si studio furniture, Italian ceramics Happy House, Intermod furniture, mediSpa and J&I Dream, Bima. Moebel Land, a store that opened this summer at the center, has now expanded its store to 8.000 sq m.

Credit: Westgate Shopping City

New stores and stores that have been expanded lately:

  • Westgate Home: Mobel Land, Prima, Aledo furniture, Si studio of furniture, Intermod furniture, Bima, Happy House
  • Westgate Kids: kid’s indoor playground Family Park; stores: Dječji svijet, Babycenter, BabyLand, Idexe, foreign language school Hellen Doron
  • Westgate Fashion: Varteks, Alma Ras, Benetton
  • Westgate Food&Fun: Leggiero Loft, wedding hall Loft, Germania Casino

F.O. / Group has been managing Westgate since April 2018 when the ownership structure changed and Austrian Focus Invest became the sole owner of Westgate Shopping City and Westgate Zone.

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