The Globus hypermarket chain bought a warehouse in Medvedkovo in the north-east of Moscow for redevelopment: a huge store will appear here. The retailer will need about 4 billion rubles for this project. taking into account the cost of the site and new construction.
Hyperglobus LLC, the Russian subsidiary of the German Globus hypermarket chain, bought the Logoprom Medvedkovo warehouse with an area of 49.5 thousand square meters. m on Polyarnaya street in the north-east of Moscow. Two consultants in the commercial real estate market told about the deal to Kommersant, who say that the site was acquired for redevelopment. “A network hypermarket will appear here,” they say. ILM's managing partner, Andrei Lukashev, calls a fair amount of 2.2–2.5 billion rubles. taking into account the discount, since several years ago there was a fire on the territory of the complex.
The press service of Hyperglobus confirmed the deal. The representative of the network added that he could not yet talk about specific dates for the start of construction or the opening of a hypermarket on Polyarnaya Street. The company "Logoprom", which owned the warehouse, told "Kommersant" that previously leased it. This object belonged to the holding "Logoprom", which is based in Nizhny Novgorod. The company manages the logistics complexes Logoprom Sormovo (260 thousand square meters. M), Logoprom Kstovo and Logoprom Bor, provides cargo carrier services. Information about the owners of "Logoprom" does not disclose. According to SPARK-Interfax, Logoprom Borsky-Perevoz belongs to Alexander Garelin, he is also a member of the board of directors of Volgovyatmashelektrosnabsbyt association, on the basis of which the logistics complex of the holding in Sormovo was created.
Hyperglobus operates 13 hypermarkets in the Moscow region (the average rentable area of each is up to 13,000 sq. m.., The total is up to 29,000 sq. m...). The press service of the company clarified that at the end of November another store opened in Balashikha, in March of next year - within the framework of the Salaris shopping center in south-west Moscow. This platform is the first that the network opens in the new format, announced in September last year, to open hypermarkets not only in independently constructed premises, but also to rent space for their stores. “Further expansion envisages the opening of two hypermarkets a year, mainly in the Moscow Region and Moscow,” a representative of Hyperglobus said.