PARIS—Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed by the owners of one of Paris’ most notable retail properties—51 Boulevard Haussmann—to find a new retail tenant for the space. The 30,000 sq ft property, jointly owned by U.S.-based Thor Equities and Ares Management, is set within the center of the French capital’s ninth arrondissement—one of the busiest shopping districts in the city. It is currently occupied by Italian-based global fashion giant Benneton.

Built in 1866 and significantly renovated in the early 2000s, the building is currently the Paris flagship of Benetton.  Controlling an entire block with a significant frontage along Boulevard Haussmann, the address is also anchored by Rue Auber and Rue de Caumartin.

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