Two tenants to new Tornby extension

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The further development of Tornby handelsgårdar, the latest extension of Tornby trading area in Linköping, has signed its first tenants: ÖoB and the new chain Club Xprs.

”We believe that it is one of Sweden’s best shopping areas, thanks to the large catchment area of ​​Östergötland and visible position towards the E4 where many passes,” says Club Xprs CEO Victor Appelqvist.

Totally five tenants will move in at NCC’s new retail premises, which is the second part of Tornby Handelsgårdar at the eastern area of Tornby trading area in Linköping.

A total of 10 000 square meters will accommodate the stores, and plans open in the autumn in 2016.

”The mix of shops and the good neighbors who are already here, such as XXL, Elgiganten and the Bauhaus, but also the location means that we choose to move our store in Mörtlösa here, says Josef Sommarkrans, establishment manager at Runsvengruppen owning ÖoB.

This second phase is being built next to the NCC’s first phase, which was built in 2011 – 2012. Several hundred parking spaces and a bus stop is adjacent to the shops.

”Now it remains three spaces of totally 5000 square meters in the same premises for rent, so even before we have begun building we have leased almost 50 percent,” says Johanna Hult Rentsch, Regional Manager at NCC Property Development.

Tornby Handelsgårdar will be environmentally classified at the level of “Very Good” according to the international environmental certification system BREEAM.