Albert Heijn will be opening this spring in the former Concept Fashion and Mano (shoes) units. Raf Van den Heuvel, General Manager of Albert Heijn Belgium: “This is an important store forus. The Pajottenland region was high on our wish list – and on the one of our fans. Soon we will openhere a fantastic store that combines plenty of fresh goods with Dutch prices, a surprising assortmentand a personal service.”
In December 2019, ICI Paris XL and Kruidvat opened a new store on the former Bel&Bo premises,while Brantano opened its latest retail concept in March 2019. The year before, 2 new units had beenbuilt: Beter Bed and the buffet restaurant Lucky Food.
All of this means that Shopping Pajot is once again fully let. Redevco has listened to customers’wishes here, who had earlier made a number of suggestions for new stores via Shopping Pajot’s Facebook page.
Kristof Restiau, Managing Director for the Benelux at Redevco, is highly satisfied with this newcommercial mix: “Shopping Pajot has already proven its qualities in the past few years, and theaddition of these new tenants will make for an even better shopping experience for its customers.”
Shopping Pajot was completely redeveloped in 2012-2013 after Carrefour closed. The retail park onthe Bergensesteenweg now contains 23 stores within a total surface area of 30,000m2 and about900 free parking spaces, with anchor tenants being Delhaize and Albert Heijn, MediaMarkt, Bricoand Maisons de Monde.
Shopping Pajot received 2 million visitors in 2019. More information: https://www.shoppingpajot.be/.