Footshop opened flagship store in Budapest

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Cushman & Wakefield, Hungary’s market leading real estate advisor has represented the Landlord, the Austrian Fidux group when leasing their 400 sq m prime downtown retail space to Footshop.

Footshop, a Czech sport and street wear multibrand concept store opened its first Hungarian flagship unit on Kristóf Square last week. Footshop is a constantly growing premium sneakers store with local feeling, global ambitions and endless hunger for progress and searching for new opportunities. The company is putting much emphasis on social media and social events as part of their advertising campaign.

Peter Hajducek, owner at Footshop said: “The company has stolen its way into the heart of hundreds of thousands of young people with its unique, limited edition, short production run shoe collections and a wide range of street wear. Moreover, Footshop’s artistic and creative vision provides constant inspiration for the evolution of urban culture in Central and Eastern Europe. The downtown store in Kristóf Square also offers unique collections of designers like Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Sean Witherspoon for sneaker fans.”

Melinda Szilágyi dr., Associate at Cushman & Wakefield Budapest added: “Knowing Footshop’s concept being designed for the younger generation we are confident, that the location and the facilities of this unit perfectly fit their needs. We wish the brand great success and lot of customers in Hungary.”

Cushman & Wakefield’s retail agency is exclusively mandated to lease all together 12,135 sq m prime downtown retail space in Budapest and brought such brands to Hungary in the past years as Footshop, Jo Malone London, COS, Twin-Set, Max&Co, Massimo Dutti, etc. In 2017 the company transacted all together over 30,000 sq m retail space in Hungary for both national and international tenants.