Our vision is to develop comprehensive, varied retail offerings with style and quality in one place, focusing on all aspects of living and home furnishing – currently planned in premium locations all over Germany, designed according to an international concept.


We, the Inter IKEA Centre Group in Germany, are planning a retail park in Würzburg-Versbach on the B19 road, which includes an IKEA Store as its core. To complement the IKEA furnishing offers, customers should also find comprehensive additional retail offerings here to fulfill all their wishes regarding furniture/home furnishing equipment, kitchen, baby and toys, pets, bicycles and much more – in a service-oriented and family-friendly way!


With an IKEA Store as anchor tenant (opening in June 2009) we are reaching consumers living within a radius of 60 minutes driving time or more from an IKEA store. Our partners therefore gain access to a customer potential which is substantially larger than for other retail parks, as well as customers they may otherwise never reach as retailers. Excellent synergies, substantiated by credible market research data!


The perfect location
Würzburg, the fifth-largest city in Bavaria, is the political, cultural and economic center of the Lower Franconia region and thus offers a comprehensive, established infrastructure. 

Due to its historically attractive location by the river Main, the city has long been an important German traffic hub. With a large number of various national and international companies based in the area, in addition to state and municipal institutions, Würzburg is the region’s economic and employment center.


Key data of the catchment area

City of Würzburg: 133,800 residents
Of which 20 to 60 years of age: approx. 60%
Total catchment area (up to 60 min. driving time): 1,2 m. residents
Expected purchasing power: approx. 1,5 bn. €/year


Transport connections
Würzburg is connected to the road network in many different ways:
The motorway A3 (Cologne–Frankfurt/Main–Nuremberg– Regensburg–Passau) runs through the southern part of the city in east-west direction. Motorway A7 (Ulm–Kassel–Hamburg) runs nearby in north-south direction to the east of the city (Biebelried junction). Southwest of Würzburg, the motorway A81 ends, coming from Singen/Stuttgart (Würzburg-Kist junction). The major roads running through the city are B8, B13, B19, and B27.


Public transport

Bus line: 24 and 25 (bus stop IKEA)



Opening Year:04.04.2014
GLA:54,700 sqm
Number of Shops:7
Parking:2 131
Visitors:1.5 mio.
Catchment Area:1.2 mio. inhabitants


  • IKEA
  • BabyOne
  • Dänisches Bettenlager
  • Kölle-Zoo
  • Lucky Bike
  • MEDA Küchen
  • Roller