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ICSC awarded four winners in categories celebrating the best in Europe’s new developments, established centres, and refurbishments/expansions. Redevco, Unibail-Rodamco, Socri Reim, and SES Spar European Shopping Centres win big at ICSC European Shopping Centre Awards 2017.

On April 25, 2017, the biggest names in commercial property sector gathered at the Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Center in Warsaw, Poland for The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) 42nd European Shopping Centre Awards.

The awards, held immediately following ICSC’s European Conference, fall under the illustrious umbrella of ICSC Global Awards and presented four shopping centres with the coveted award in categories celebrating the best in Europe’s new developments, established centres and regeneration.

The Awards also granted commendation to three further centres with for their noteworthy refurbishments/expansions works.


New Developments: Small


Promenade Sainte-Catherine, Bordeaux, France

Owner/Developer: Redevco
Architects: Valode & Pistre


Weberzeile, Ried im Innkreis, Austria

Developer/Owner: SES Spar European Shopping Centers
Architects: ATP Architekten Ingenieure


New Developments: Medium/Large


Polygone Riviera, Cagnes sur Mer, France

Developer: Socri Promotions, Socri Reim
Owner: Unibail-Rodamco, Socri Promotions, Socri Reim
Architects: José Ignacio Galán Martinez – L35, Philippe Caron, Frédéric Ducic


Forum Lviv, Lviv, Ukraine

Developer: Multi Ukraine
Owner: Multi Ukraine, Galereja Centre, Budhouse Group


Established Centres: Medium/Large


Europark Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria

Developer/Owner: SES Spar European Shopping Centers
Architects: Massimiliano Fuksas


Refurbishments and/or Expansions: Medium


Gelderlandplein, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Developer: Kroonenberg Groep and Multi Netherlands
Owner: Kroonenberg Groep
Architects: Rijnboutt


Refurbishments and/or Expansions: Large/Extra Large


Aleja Bielany, Bielany Kobierzyce, Poland

Developer/Owner: IKEA Centres Polska SA.
Architects: BDP


The distinguished jury members sought out to honour shopping centres that have set a new standard of excellence in the European marketplace and have had an influence on the global perspective of retail destinations.

Chair of the Jury, João Correia de Sampaio, Executive Director of Property Management and Leasing at Sonae Sierra Portugal, commented: “I am honoured to have chaired the jury for the 42nd ICSC European Shopping Centre Awards, particularly amongst such remarkable peers. We faced the challenge of choosing one winner for each category as the shortlist contained impressive developments with all demonstrating various aspects of best-practice. We are privileged to have awarded the winners this year and commend all entries on this achievement”

Bill Kistler, Executive Vice President & Managing Director – EMEA at ICSC, stated, “This year’s ICSC European Conference and Shopping Centre Awards were particularly special as this was the first time in a decade that the conference was held in Warsaw. The immense growth within the CEE commercial property market is evident – as seen with two Eastern European centres being honoured at the Awards this year. ICSC Europe prides itself at being at the helm of industry trends and the Awards honoured the retail destinations that set the bar. Congratulations to all winners and shortlisted centres, owners, developers and architects.”

MORE INFO: ICSC European Shopping Center Awards

and ICSC European Shopping Center Awards Brochure 2017



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