ARCADIA employs Melani Stum

ARCADIA Investment Group employs Melani Stum

The Leipzig project developer ARCADIA Investment Group has employed 48-year-old insurance broker Melani Stum for their Property Management and Administration division with effect 1 March 2018. Melani Stum last worked as a Centre Manager for the Rathaus-Galerie in Dormagen. The centre was already brokered in the middle of last year through the ARCADIA Investment Group to the open-end special fund AIF “ILG Einkaufen Deutschland I” of the ILG Group in Munich.

Alexander Folz, managing partner of ARCADIA Investment GmbH, is pleased to welcome the expert for centre management and property management into his company. Melani Stum will initially work for the company in the Property Management and Administration Division. However, the Centre Manager’s expertise also opens up further opportunities for the property developer in the acquisition of new projects in the area of shopping centres and commercial buildings.

ARCADIA Investment Group has focused its specialisation on the development of property used for retail and residential properties as well as car parks and underground car parks throughout the entire Germany. In addition to activities relating to its own portfolio, it has also implemented a host of projects in the framework of joint ventures – amongst others in close collaboration with numerous national and international companies. One of the company’s core business functions is also the optimisation, maintenance and expansion of the property portfolio of family businesses with the utmost care and confidentiality. ARCADIA Investment GmbH as the holding company for the group currently employs 20 people and is developing areas with a magnitude of more than 200,000 square meters. The accompanying project volume amounts to round 165 million euro.

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