NAUTICA SHOPPING MALL TO OPEN AUTUMN 2017
Tallinn, Estonia: The building works are now fully underway at the old Norde Centrum and Capfield are pleased to announce that the new expanded centre, NAUTICA, will open Autumn 2017.
Nautica will boast an excellent variety of tenants aimed at youth, family and children. Major names already signed up for the exciting 18,500m2 shopping mall include many of the LPP fashion group brands such as Cropp and House, which will be their first stores in central Tallinn.
“We are opening two new shops in Nautica Centre- Cropp and House. Cropp is aimed at youngsters, who want to show their independence through the clothing and spend time with others sharing same interests. House is a brand for young and active people who cherish relationships with others and who want to spend a fun time together. We are delighted to extend our shops and get closer to our customers. We believe, that location of Nautica centre will bring new clients from abroad.” Anneken Alus, marketing assistant, LPP group
Sportsdirect.com will be twice as big as before and you will also find outdoor hiking clothing store Regatta and trendy footwear brand Sketcher at Nautica.
“We are extremely pleased with the recent signings to Nautica as it means we are delivering on our promise to provide a larger fashion offering and wider selection of restaurants at Nautica.” says Ruben Gornischeff, Member of the Capfield Management Board.
Nautica can also now reveal that shoppers will get to enjoy innovative leisure at the Centre including mini-golf.
“We open in Nautica, on the 2nd floor, the biggest mini-golf centre in the Nordics, called PARK MINIGOLF. It is evergreen entertainment facility, where all players from different ages are welcome. We are very excited to share this experience with consumers in Tallinn, as such game opportunities have not been available here in the past. ” says Marleen Taremaa, board member of the Minigolf OÜ.
There will also be a variety of dining options from oriental cuisine at CHI to western food at Babyback Barbeque. The restaurants will be located on the second floor at Nautica with scenic views towards the yacht marina and old Town.
“We are pleased to announce we are opening a new restaurant in Tallinn city centre at Nautica in autumn 2017. We want to bring positive emotions and family traditions closer to the people in the city centre. Babyback Ribs & BBQ is an attractive restaurant for families with children, tourists and office-workers, as we offer the original American food, excellent serving and a great design.” says Kerlin Vikat, BabyBack Ribs & BBQ
There now remain very few units available left at Nautica but if you want to be part of an exciting scheme in central Tallinn, please do get in touch quickly. To request more detailed information about the extension, CGI images or for lettings, please request our e-brochure from Seven Real Estate Advisors.
Nautica is the new, expanded and radically improved Centre that Capfield will be bringing to the retail market autumn 2017 and was previously known as Norde Centrum. Nautica will have an entire gross leasable area (GLA) of 18,500sqm and approximately 60 shops in total. Nautica was designed by lead architect Mark Anders of 3D Reid Ltd UK.
Capfield is owner and developer of shopping centres in Estonia. The Capfield portfolio consists of six retail centres in Estonia with a gross leasable area (GLA) in excess of 75,000m2 as well as various land plots scheduled for development. The Capfield portfolio is one of the largest retail portfolios in Estonia with coveted city center and suburban locations. Major anchor tenants represent an impressive 65% of the portfolio’s GLA and include well-known local and international brands such as Bauhaus, Maxima, Prisma, Rimi, Selver, Sportsdirect.com, Baltika Fashion Chains, Denim Dream, Jysk, Euronics and Apollo book stores.