NAUTICA AND LASNAMAE CENTRUM WILL REOPEN MONDAY 11th MAY
Following the lifting of the Government restrictions on shopping centres, Capfield will reopen Lasnamäe Centrum and Nautica on Monday.
“Capfield has always focused on meeting the changing needs of our shoppers and even in the current situation, our approach is no different. Our priorities are to ensure the well-being and safety of all our visitors, tenants, and staff whilst we ensure the continuous operations of the Centres. During the partial closure of the Centres we have worked closely with our tenants on the reopening plan to ensure they reopen their stores on Monday. We are very pleased with the Government’s decision to allow shopping centers to open and, in cooperation with our tenants, we have made sure we provide a safe environment for our customers” Ruben Gornischeff, Board Member, Capfield.
“New measures have been implemented in our Centres to ensure the safety of all those who visit and work in them, including touch-free hand sanitizers, 2-meter floor markers, frequent cleaning, redistribution of seating in restaurants and cafes and social distancing directions. We are pleased to provide a safe and clean environment where people feel relaxed and comfortable whilst they shop.” Olga Allik, Centre Manager, Capfield
Out of respect for those suffering from Coronavirus and as a show of support to all the healthcare professionals and volunteers Nautica has been lit green in the evenings, following the initiative started by Tallinn’s Estonia Theatre and Tartu’s Veanemuiine Theatre.
“We have enormous gratitude and respect for all the key workers who carried on working in our Centres, providing us all with the essential services that are needed at this time. We will be thanking those key workers on Monday at 12:00 in Nautica and 13:00 in Lasnamäe Centrum today in acknowledgment of their hard work” Ruben Gornischeff.
From Monday, Lasnamäe Centrum will be operating normal opening times for all the stores in the centre and Nautica will be open between 09:00 and 20:00, with some stores only open from 12:00-18:00 until the ferry services from Helsinki have resumed their full service.
Capfield is the owner and developer of shopping centers in Estonia. The Capfield portfolio consists of six retail centers in Estonia with a gross leasable area (GLA) in excess of 80,000 m2 as well as various land plots scheduled for development. The Capfield portfolio is one of the largest retail portfolios in Estonia with the 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, H&M, Deichmann, Pepco, LPP fashion group brands such as House, Sinsay and Cropp, Sportsdirect.com, Baltika Fashion Chains, Denim Dream, Jysk, Euronics, and Apollo book stores.