Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep buys mall De Korf
Rotterdam, Feb. 13, 2018 - Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep has purchased shopping center De Korf in Krimpen aan den IJssel from Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance, acting on behalf of one of its institutional clients.
With 41 stores and an area of approximately 8,500 m², Shopping Center De Korf is the main shopping center in Krimpen aan den IJssel. With the two supermarkets Jumbo and Lidl and a number of fresh specialty stores, the center has a strong daily offering with, in addition, a considerable number of non-daily stores, of which Zeeman and Kruidvat are the largest.
The shopping center will soon be revitalized. The starting point is to give the shopping center a new "look and feel," in which the routing and branching will also be optimized.
The acquisition is in line with Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep 's strategy to strengthen its portfolio through rotation, (re)development, internationalization and diversification.
Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep is a private real estate company based in Rotterdam with an (inter)national real estate portfolio consisting of homes, offices and stores. In addition, Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep develops for the benefit of its own portfolio. Van der Vorm Vastgoed Groep invests in real estate in the Netherlands, France, England and Poland.
International real estate advisor Cushman & Wakefield advised seller Syntrus Achmea Real & Finance in this transaction. In addition, the seller was legally assisted by Houthoff.