The 20,000 sq m shopping centre is part of a mixed-use project that also includes extensive and modern office space of 18,000 sq m. Built in 2003, the centre is perfectly accessible thanks to its location at an important Prague transportation hub, directly above the Flora metro station.
The centre’s main tenants include Cinema City with IMAX, a unique 3D cinema in the centre of Prague, and brands such as Attrativo, Bushman, Butlers, Calzedonia, Ecco shoes, Flying Tiger, H&M, Intimissimi, Lindex, Manufaktura, Sizeer and Tatuum. The largest retail tenant is the Albert supermarket, whose store will undergo a major reconstruction in February and will reopen to customers at the end of the month.
Office tenants include Marsh McLennan, Reckitt Benckiser and Scott Weber workspace, among others.
Last year saw a major refurbishment of the interior of the entire shopping centre, including a generous extension of the food court. This year, the overall renovation should be completed with the replacement of signage and digital displays with new ones.
Martin Šimek, Partner and Head of Retail Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield states: “Atrium Flora is a great project in the very centre of the city, a place to answer its customers‘ everyday shopping and meeting needs. Extensive office space, easy parking in the area and desirable retail tenants make the project one of the best shopping centres in Prague. We very much appreciate the decision of the owner G City Europe to start cooperation with our company in its further management and commercial development. I am convinced that thanks to our long experience in this field, we will be able to use the potential of this complex project to the maximum.”