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RockCapital Sells Polish Retail Park

The retail park in Przeworsk (Rock Park), which had its grand opening at the beginning of February this year, is undergoing a change in ownership just a month after operations launched.

The seller is RockCapital and the buyer is ME Invest, a company owned by TERG S.A., the owner of the Media Expert chain. The Avison Young investment team represented the seller in the transaction process. The price has not been disclosed.

“The acquisition of Rock Park in Przeworsk marks a significant addition to our portfolio. We are actively investing in various projects across Poland, particularly in the retail segment. Our strategy focuses on acquiring prominent assets in their respective regions and commercialising them at the highest standards. This is why we have chosen to purchase the retail park in Przeworsk, which will soon be renamed Aura Park,” comments Karol Bielecki, proxy of ME Invest.

Rock Park in Przeworsk, situated at the intersection of Dworcowa and Dynowska streets, stands as the main retail park in the region, catering to 44,000 residents. Anchored by Biedronka as the grocery operator, the facility boasts nearly 6,800sq m of leasable space. Tenants are brands like Sinsay, CCC, Pepco, Dealz, Tedi, KIK, Kaes, Martes Sport, Media Expert and Orange.

Located just a five-minute walk from the PKP Railway Station, Rock Park offers various amenities, including an electric car charging station, a sizable parking lot with 170 parking spaces, and an adjacent car wash.