Franke sings up to HOMEPARK Janki


HOMEPARK Janki will see a new tenant move in – Franke will take occupancy of 292 sq m. The transaction was brokered by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. HOMEPARK Janki is owned by Pradera European Retail Parks.

Homepark Janki

“The arrival of the new tenant Franke will help broaden the offer of HOMEPARK Janki and attract more customers. Franke’s store will be a showroom - a new feature of our complex - it will also be the brand’s first showroom in Poland. Customers and architects will have an opportunity to learn and find out more about the vast array of Franke’s products, to see, touch and test them in the store. We are delighted and proud that Franke has chosen our location for its first showroom,” said Edyta Paszkowska, Associate, Retail Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.

HOMEPARK Janki is a retail park with more than 40 furniture and homeware stores offering a wide choice of products. It also houses restaurants, an electronics store, a health and beauty store, and a gym. HOMEPARK Janki is located in Janki near Warsaw, close to the junction of busy roads to Krakow, Łódź, Wrocław and Katowice. Its anchor tenants include RTV Euro AGD, Jula, Empik, Komfort, Piotr i Paweł, Living Room, Vox Meble, Belbazaar, Gravitan and Rossman. BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland is the property manager of the scheme.

Franke is the world’s leading provider of complete kitchen systems, foodservice and sanitary equipment, including coffee machines, fast food restaurant equipment, and fittings and furnishing elements for public washrooms and bathrooms. The Swiss-based company brings an over 100-year history and operates in 40 countries on five continents. Franke has had a Polish division and a manufacturing plant in Sękocin Nowy for 26 years.

The owner of Homepark Janki is Pradera European Retail Parks, owned by Pradera, a leading specialist property fund focused on shopping centres and retail parks in Europe and Asia. Founded in 1999, Pradera manages a property portfolio worth EUR 3.1 billion, comprising shopping centres and retail parks in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Germany, Poland, France, the Czech Republic, Greece, Turkey and China, with a total of more than 2,200 stores. (


 Eliza Bingul
Eliza Bingul

Associate Director • Warsaw