Credit: Poseidon Group

Opening of Zadar Shopping Capitol

Zadar Shopping Capitol, part of the Capitol Park family, welcomed its first customers with the opening of a 6,400 sqm centre in Ante Starčevića street.

Interspar, Planet Obuća, Mana, Raiffeisen Bank, Makromikro, Intertekstil Stanić, Bio Svijet, hair dresser Simpa, exchange office Rubikon, dry cleaner Gobin and cafe bar Galerija greeted their first visitors, and provided special discounts, supported by all-day entertainment and events. Stores TEDi and Hrvatska lutrija will join Zadar Shopping Capitol in coming days.

Poseidon Group invests in, develops and manages the Shopping Capitol and Capitol Park family of retail centres across Croatia. Corporate Affairs director James Gunn emphasised the value that it brings to the community:

“We value the family shopping experience and adjust our tenant mix and leisure activities to create an ideal shopping destination for all generations. The Shopping Capitol in Zadar is the last to open this year, after successful openings in Križevci, Požega and Kutina earlier in 2019.

“We are also the first to bring internationally renowned TEDi to the city. The new tenant mix will significantly improve the shopping experience for our visitors. Poseidon Group is a recognised high-quality regional retail leader that will continue expansion across Croatia in the New Year.”

A second Interspar store in Zadar has been opened today in Zadar Shopping Capitol, across the main bus station. The best possible shopping experience for buyers is ensured by 242 parking places in garage and outdoor parking.

Regular working hours of Interspar hypermarket in Zadar is 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays. During December, working hours are on Sunday, December 8th and December 15th from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. From December 17th to December 23rd Interspar hypermarket will adjust the working hours to holiday season and will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Capitol Park brand is part of a property portfolio comprising more than 310,000 sqm of built and managed retail outlets across SE Europe, 90,000 sqm used by supermarkets, and more than 1,000 residential buildings in planning and construction. Owned, developed and managed by Poseidon Group with its SEE local teams and network of offices in Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia, it strives to become the leading retail park operator in SE Europe. Providing an international shopping experience at affordable local prices, the London-based company plans to operate 16 retail parks and neighbourhood centres by the end of 2020.

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