Supernova Koprivnica, Koprivnica. Image: Supernova
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SUPERNOVA announces extensions and refurbishments in Croatia and Slovenia

Supernova Invest GmbH, a leading private real estate company with a buy-and-hold investment strategy focused on high quality retail properties in Central and Eastern European countries, has announced the opening of the extended and refurbished Supernova Koprivnica shopping park in Croatia in mid-April 2019. Further refurbishments are planned for other Supernova retail assets in Croatia and Slovenia.


Koprivnica: Supernova Koprivnica soon in a new and extended edition

The finalization of the extension and refurbishment of Supernova Koprivnica (18.500 sq m GLA) shopping park by additional 500 sq m is underway. The new brands Orsay and Office shoes will open their doors for the first time in Koprivnica city, whereas Hangar 18 and Tutto Bene will be opened with a brand-new look, in larger and refurbished shops. The opening of this new part of Supernova Koprivnica is planned for mid-April 2019.

Supernova Sisak East, Sisak. Image: Supernova

Sisak: Supernova Sisak soon to be extended and will host new international brands

During April 2019, works will commence on the expansion of Supernova Sisak East in Sisak. The retail park will be expanded by another 2,700 sq m, where the famous international brands C&A, Pepco and Tedi will open their doors. The opening of the new part of the center is planned for the autumn 2019.

Branimir Mingle Mall, Zagreb. Image: Supernova

Zagreb: Branimir Mingle Mall in the final phase of refurbishment with a completely new concept

Branimir Mingle Mall in Zagreb has entered the final stage of its refurbishment and reconstruction, focusing on its leisure concept and attractive interior. This spring, Orlando fitness center will open on 1,230 sq m on level -1, and in the gastro corner, patisserie and street food restaurants will be opened on the ground floor in Branimir.


The refurbishment of the new Supernova acquisitions, Mercator center Šiška and Mercator center Kranj Primskov, will start this summer. Supernova bought 10 Mercator shopping centers which it plans to refurbish and rebrand them as Supernova centers in the next 2-3 years.

About 10 million euros will be invested in the renovation and refurbishment of all the centers during the next period, depending on the needs of each particular center. The renovation works’ objective is to raise all the Mercator centers to a completely new level, in line with the Supernova standards.

All modifications will be managed and supervised by Supernova´s construction and marketing departments, in cooperation and with the support of their partner company M2 for the management and maintenance of shopping centers.

Supernova will already start this year with the refurbishment of several shopping centers, the first of which will be the Ljubljana Šiška and Kranj Primskovo during the summer.

Ljubljana: Mercator center Šiška

During summer 2019, exterior and interior renovations will start at the Mercator center Šiška. The food court on the first floor will be refurbished while outside parking, underground parking, and the façade will be renovated.

Mercator center Šiška, Ljubljana. Image: Supernova

Kranj: Mercator center Kranj Primskovo

In Mercator center Kranj Primskovo, Supernova will also refurbish some parts of the existing center but intends to improve the tenant mix as well. Supernova plans to renovate floorings and toilets as well as upgrade parking lighting and signalization systems. Supernova will also improve the tenant mix by relocating existing tenants as well as by introducing new brands, especially in the gastronomy sector.

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