Capfield is an 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.
Five of the centres are in Tallinn and one in Pärnu. Capfield also owns a number of strategic land plots in Tallinn and Lithuania that are 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, Seppälä, and Sportland. The centres are proactively managed and achieve effective cooperation with the tenants.
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Nautica signs major new lease with global shoe retailer Deichmann
Nautica shopping centre are pleased to announce that they have signed a new lease with international shoe retailer Deichmann. Deichmann has over 4,000 shops in 27 countries and this will be Deichmann’s first store opening in Estonia. They will be taking 380m2 of gross leasable area at Nautica and the store is due to open […]
NAUTICA SHOPPING CENTRE OPENS THE WORLD CLASS SPACE THEMED ‘KIDS ON THE MOON’ EXHIBITION
10:00 am, 18th February 2019, Tallinn, Estonia: Nautica shopping centre today opened the educational and interactive ‘Kids on the Moon’ exhibition. Children will get to visit the Moon, discover the wonder and beauty of travelling in Space and feel what it would be like to be an astronaut in a space suit. The ‘Kids on […]
Nautica Shopping Centre’s „Ghost“ Christmas Tree, designed by the students of Estonian Academy of Arts, now installed
Tallinn, Estonia, 29th November 2018: Starting today, visitors to Nautica shopping centre can see the unique and ethereal Christmas tree designed by the students of EKA and aptly named „Ghost Tree“. The „Ghost Tree“ is a one of its kind, visually arresting Christmas tree floating in the atrium of Nautica shopping centre. Made from half-transparent […]