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Cushman & Wakefield a fianco di Primark per il primo negozio in centro città in Italia, a Milano

Matteo Alessandrino • 08/03/2022
Cushman & Wakefield ha assistito Primark nella ricerca e nell’identificazione dell’immobile che ospiterà il loro primo flagship store in Italia, che consisterà in c. 5.000 mq. di area vendita, locati nel centro di Milano.

L’immobile si trova in via Torino 45, dispone di 5 piani dedicati alla vendita e ospiterà anche la sede italiana di Primark, insieme ad un nuovo fashion press showroom. L’inaugurazione è fissata per il prossimo 6 aprile.
L’immobile, identificato da Cushman & Wakefield nel 2018, è una meta ambita dai clienti del retailer irlandese, essendo situata nella zona centrale della città e fornendo spazi che consentono la massima espressione del proprio format.

Matteo Alessandrino, Partner del dipartimento Retail High Street di Cushman & Wakefield, commenta: "Dopo aver collaborato con Primark per il loro ingresso nel mercato italiano, con le prime aperture in diversi centri commerciali, siamo onorati di averli affiancati nell’apertura del primo high street flagship store italiano".

Gian-Luca Paganini, Head of Property di Primark Italy, commenta: “Siamo orgogliosi di aprire le porte del nostro primo flagship store italiano, un negozio dal design unico, creato appositamente per la città di Milano”.


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