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Inauguration of the Cour des Capucins shopping center

23rd August 2011
Bertrand Mertz, Mayor of Thionville and Moselle General Councilor, Alain Taravella, Chairman Founder of Altarea Cogedim and Emmanuel Collin, Regional Director of the Lorraine Caisse des Dépôts recently inaugurated the Cour des Capucins shopping center in Thionville town center in Moselle.

In a catchment area of 250,000 inhabitants, the Cour des Capucins opened on 24th August 2011. With four pedestrian entrances in the heart of the town, this shopping center of 8,710 SQM GLA welcomes Carrefour Market, Leclerc Cultural Center and around forty shops. Designed by local architects Blaser & Schott with Group 6 for the interiors, the Cour des Capucins is playing an important role in the revitalization of Thionville town center.

Meeting sustainable urbanism objectives, this mixed urban project also includes a 400-space car park on three levels, a 3-star plus Kyriad Prestige Hotel, and a development program for around a hundred flats and office space (950 SQM net floor area).

With practically all the space filled, the Cour des Capucins welcomes Carrefour Market, Leclerc Cultural Center, Armand Thiery Femme & Homme, Camaïeu, Pimkie, La mode est à vous, Mim, Okaïdi, Sergent Major, Marionnaud, Cop Copine, Best Moutain, Damart, Tom Tailor, Valège, Olly Gan, Lynx Optique, Bonnie Megastore, Paul, Venizi, Heures & Montres, Photomaton, Luis Kraemer hairdresser, La Pharmacie du Soleil, and a BNP Paribas ATM.

Belgian retailers are also present with Paprika and Venizi, and Thionvillois traders too: Mag Presse, Utopia Jeans, Fonzie American Diner, Ovni Bar and Scusi Bar. Thionville’s first Japanese restaurant Eat Sushi has also decided to open in the shopping center. “Close to hand” is the slogan defining the Cour des Capucins; with this retail offer, the town center is nearby, once again.
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