The aim of CEE Quality Awardsis to recognise excellence and promote the achievements of the emerging Europe real estate sector to the regional and international investment arena. Cushman & Wakefield beat a shortlist of 9 companies such as: CBRE, Colliers International, DTZ, Finep, Jones Lang LaSalle, Knight Frank, Savills, Ober-Haus Real Estate, and RE/MAX. Jonathan Hallett, Managing Partner at Cushman & Wakefield Central Europe, said, “This is a great accomplishment which confirms Cushman & Wakefield’s leadership position in retail and leisure agency services in the CEE region.” Piotr Kaszyński, Partner, Head of Retail Agency in Poland, said, “We are extremely pleased to have received this recognition. We place a strong emphasis on our staff professionalism and acquiring the best retail projects and these have clearly translated into actions with such impressive results.” Cushman & Wakefield’s key mandates: Czech Republic –Quadrio Praha, Tesco Brno, Central Kladno, IGY II Ceske Budejovice, Tesco Plzen, SC Kralovo Pole, Central Jablonec, Palladium, Atrium Flora, Metropole Zlicin, Olympia Plzen, Olympia Teplice, IGY I Ceske Budejovice, Forum Nova Karolina,Breda & Weinstein, Galerie Moritz Hungary – Arena Plaza, Immobilia Fashion Street, Campona, MOM Park, Polus Center, Premier Outlets Centre, Market Central Ferihegy, Park Center Portfolio Poland – Galeria Katowicka, IKEA Wrocław, Atrium Felicity, Galeria Kabaty, Forum Radunia Romania – ParkLake Plaza, Winmarkt, Sun Plaza, ERP Targu Mures, Militari Shopping Center, Fashion House, Dunarea Mall, Bega Shopping Center Slovakia –Forum Poprad, City Arena Trnava, Eurovea Bratislava, Avion Shopping Park Bratislava, Trencin Laugaricio, Optima Kosice, Max Shopping Centres Tenant representations included:TK Maxx, Carpisa, Foot Locker, Claire’s, Tiffany & Co., Pandora, Karen Millen, Celio, Sports Direct, I AM, Shana, The Body Shop. (Source: Cushman&Wakefield)