MEC takes over the W1 in Hamburg

Die MEC METRO-ECE Centermanagement GmbH & Co. KG hat das kaufmännische und technische Property-, Center- sowie Vermietungsmanagement für das W1 in Hamburg-Wandsbek übernommen. Der Auftrag kommt von der KGAL Gruppe, die das Geschäftshaus Anfang 2015 für ihren Spezial-AIF als Investment-Projekt erworben hat. Die Eröffnung des Centers fand im Herbst letzten Jahres statt.

“The W1 is a very successful and modern center, which is already fully leased. MEC has the task of establishing the location as a popular shopping destination in the district of Wandsbek, which is currently experiencing growth,” explains Christian Schröder, COO of MEC.

W1 Hamburg-Wandsbek

13 shops and specialist retailers can be found in the modern and newly-developed business building in the Hamburg district of Wandsbek across more than 10,000 m² rental space. The largest spaces are occupied by REWE (2,700 m²), Decathlon (4,000 m²) and dm-Drogeriemarkt (800 m²) in the fully leased location for local supplies. Furthermore, various service and food businesses, such as Easy-Apotheke, Vodafone, a manicure salon and an Asia restaurant, have set up shop on the ground floor. More than 300 parking spaces are available to visitors on the upper floors of the six-storey building.