City Outlet Wuppertal

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The new city outlet for Dortmund, Dusseldorf and Cologne

In the metropolitan region North Rhine-Westphalia

The new City Outlet Wuppertal combines in an architectural unique way the federal railway administration and the old post office building at the Kleeblatt by an attractive bridge construction and opens it to the city. By locating the Outlet, at Döppersberg in the district Elberfeld, Wuppertal wins an inner-city shopping spot with national attraction. The total investment of the project is about 120 million euros.

The first part of opening, of more than 10,000 sqm gross lettable area, is already in 2017. For the first construction phase "Bundesbahndirektion“ a positive construction decrees already is on hand. On April 30th, the Committee for Urban Development has also adopted a decision preparation for the construction of the City Outlet on Döppersberg. The second construction  phase will be implemented after this and allows an extension of the rental space to about 12,000 sqm gross lettable area. The full completion of the City Outlet Wuppertal is aspired for 2019. The new FOC Wuppertal will have, according to plan, in the latest construction phase a lettable area of around 30,000 sqm retail area and has space for approx. 150 shops. This signifies the City Outlet Wuppertal would be the leading German City Outlet.


Fact Sheet

Catchment

2.9 million residents in 30 minutes
11.8 million residents in 60 minutes
20.3 million residents in 90 minutes

ACCESS

The City Outlet Wuppertal is located at the centre of Wuppertal, the Döppersberg, in the Elberfeld quarter. This is the central traffic node where the main train station, cableway, central bus station and Elberfelder pedestrian zone meet.

ARCHITECTURE

The historic Federal Railway Administration and the former post office building, separated by railway lines, will be modernised and connected by a bridge structure. The resulting inner-city factory outlet centre connects the Döppersberg to the remaining inner city at an urban development scale. The structure refers to the early industrial culture of Wuppertal with its industrial monuments and the iconic cableway.

GLA

Total retail area approx. 30,000 sqm
Phase I approx. 10,000 sqm
Phase II approx. 12,000 sqm
Phase III approx. 8,000 sqm

PARKING

approx. 2.500 free parkings

OPENING

Phase I Late 2018 | Completion 2020

ANCHOR STORES

TBA


Brochure

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City Outlet Wuppertal

Leasing brochure 2017/18