The winning shopping centre is to be chosen from 30 buildings across Poland. The list of shopping centres has been drawn up in consultation with market experts and is given below.
– The building should have been occupied for at least one year, since July 2017
– The building should have maintained an occupancy rate of at least a 75 pct
The questionnaire has been prepared taking into account factors unique to the retail sector. The questionnaire consists of 33 questions on various aspects of the functioning of the shopping centre. Tenants are to rate key aspects of the shopping centres they occupy, such as the rental rates, the location and the facility management services. For the majority of questions a scale of -5 to 5 has been used, with -5 being completely unsatisfactory and 5 meaning that the tenants are completely satisfied. Zero has been omitted due to its ambivalent nature. The project with the highest score from the questionnaire process will win the award.
|4||Plac Unii Lubelskiej|
|17||Silesia City Centre|
|21||Gemini Park Tarnów|