The GranRoma Shopping Center in the Eastern part of Rome. Credit: Multi
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Multi Italy is the New Property Manager Of Granroma Shopping Center

Multi Italy has been appointed by Savills Investment Management SGR S.p.A, on behalf of Sulis Fund and its investor, a real estate investment fund advised by Aventicum Real Estate, to manage the GranRoma Shopping Center.

GranRoma, which has a total GLA of ca. 30,700 sq m over two floors and 1,600 parking spaces, opened in May 2019 and hosts more than 100 stores, including Zara, Maisons du Monde, H&M, Cisalfa and Mediaworld. Next to the food court on the first floor, a large terrace offers views over the Alessandrino Aqueduct, which dates back to 226 AD. 

“We are very pleased to be appointed to oversee GranRoma shopping centre” said Luca Maganuco, Managing Director of Multi Italy and Hungary. “This includes working with our in-house architecture team and design studio to improve the customer experience and make the shopping center a flagship location where people want to meet and shop.”

“We are very pleased to start this collaboration with Multi ” said Vincenzo Altieri, Retail Portfolio Manager at Savills Investment Management Italy. “This represents an important milestone to consolidate GranRoma’s performance with a specific focus on ESG strategy and improvement of the merchanting mix of the scheme.”

With this new mandate, Multi Italy now manages nine shopping center assets in the largest cities and metropolitan areas of Italy, including Valecenter in Marcon (Venice) and Forum Palermo.

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