Gordion, Redevco's first shopping center investment in Turkey, is to host H&M, one of today's biggest names in retail fashion, and Koçtas, DIY market leader in Turkey. Koçtas opened its store in Gordion on August 18, and H&M's store opened on September 24.
Besides its key tenants Carrefour Express, Electroworld, Cinebonus, Zara, C&A and Marks & Spencer, it offers the best in national and international retail brands, such as Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Bershka, Oysho, Pull and Bear, Network, Fabrika, Benetton, Ipekyol, Twist, Teknosa, Koton, LC Waikiki, Nike, Tchibo and Sephora. The Center also has a wide variety of restaurants and cafés, including Cookshop and Num Num, two of Turkey's most famous restaurant chains.
Gordion shopping center is now delighted to extend its diversified shop mix by welcoming Koctas and H&M. Koctas has leased a 4,900-m² unit in Gordion, where it will provide its customers a wide range of products and expert services in home improvement. Koctas is the largest DIY store in the Cayyolu district where the Gordion SC is located. Cayyolu is Ankara's fastest-growing residential area, and has an affluent population.
H&M, one of the world's most famous fast-fashion brands, has signed a lease agreement for a 1,700-m² unit on two floors. H&M entered the Turkish retail market in 2010, opening first in Istanbul. Its expansion now continues in Ankara, Turkey's capital city.
In addition to signing lease agreements with H&M and Koctas, Redevco recently also signed up English Home, KRC and Boyner Evde, favorite home textile brands in Turkey.
Since Gordion opened, Redevco's leasing team has succeeded in attracting many national and international brands, including GAP, Lacoste, Adidas, Beymen Business, Apple, B&G, Calzedonia, Mudo City, New Balance, Accessorize, Mothercare, Gloria Jeans, The Body Shop and Watsons.
Gordion shopping center houses a total of 152 retail units. The center is easily accessible by public transport and by car, both from the Eskiþehir motorway and from Cayyolu. The new metro line now under construction will give the Cayyolu district added appeal. The Gordion shopping center will be the only shopping center in Ankara to be served directly by the metro.