HASLINGER expands its presence abroad

Leasing of two large outlets in the Netherlands and the Czech Republic taken on Adelsheim.

Whether at the Brenner in South Tyrol or in Parndorf in Burgenland, whether in Selb in Upper Franconia, in Wadgassen in Saarland or in Bad Münstereifel near Cologne – twelve designer outlets, factory outlets, shopping centres and shopping malls are currently all placing the letting of their shop space in the hands of HASLINGER RETAIL REAL ESTATE CONSULTING. And now two more will be added! The consulting company for retail real estate has long been internationally active and has made a name for itself far beyond the borders of Germany.

This is now bearing further fruit, as from now on it is also responsible for the Fashion Outlet Zevenaar in the Netherlands and the Premium Outlet Prague Airport in the Czech Republic. The specialists from HASLINGER will take care of the letting of the individual shops as well as the acquisition of potential rental partners. Accordingly, the company from Adelsheim in Baden-Württemberg was not only able to further expand its presence on the foreign market in the long term, but also to expand its portfolio to a total of 14 centres with a retail area of over 226,000 square metres and over 680 shops. “Thanks to his many years of international experience with his excellent references and a Europe-wide network, Michael Haslinger is a real asset to our Fashion Outlet Center at the highest level – both for our excellent project and our competent team. We are looking forward to working together as partners”, explains Kees Woltering from Stable International, the co-owner and developer of Fashion Outlet Zevenaar.

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