Magdalena Frątczak has been promoted within the CBRE structure to the position of Senior Director and will be now responsible for the comprehensive management of the retail department. Through developing the new structure for the department, CBRE strengthens all of the service lines offered to its clients: tenant representation, landlord representation and the section responsible for high street leasing. Thus, CBRE is now providing complex services to the retail property market. The department’s expansion is a reaction to Poland’s constantly evolving and increasingly modernized retail market and our clients’ growing requirements.
The Retail Department at CBRE is currently involved in the commercialization process for 26 shopping centres, where the 15-strong team provides a wide range of services to our clients. The department operates the following service lines:
Landlord Representation (L-Rep) – within which Małgorzata Laskowska, Associate Director, is responsible for the provision of services to the department’s corporate clients. Małgosia has more than 20 years of experience on the Polish retail market. Mariusz Majkowski, promoted to the position of Associate Director, is responsible for implementing the commercialization strategy for the remaining shopping centres in the department’s portfolio. Mariusz has more than 12 years of experience on the market. The department’s portfolio comprises exceptionally diverse schemes from across Poland, this to include traditional shopping centres such as Galeria Sfera, Mazovia, Gemin Park Tychy and Tarasy Zamkowe, outlet centres such as Lublin Outlet Center and Białystok Outlet Center, as well as retail formats such as Wars Sawa Junior and Centrum Praskie Koneser.
Tenant Representation (T-Rep) – where the person responsible for growth within this sector is Szymon Łukasik who joined the team in the position of Associate Director. Szymon has more than 15 years of experience on the Polish retail market.
High Streets – watched over by Renata Kamińska, Senior Property Negotiator. This service line covers projects run for Polish and international fashion, service and food and drink brands from the premium sector, where the key criterion is a prestigious location in the city centre and examples of which include GLL’s Griffin House and Nowy Świat 2.0 owned by CBF Nowy Świat.