Change in detail 06/2022 | Wunstorfer Auepost

Change in detail 06/2022

06/13/2022 • Editor • Views: 490

Lots of traffic in the Wunstorfer gastronomy, lots of new things in the Südstraße area and a great selection of shoes – Wunstorfer business news in June 2022.

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Mode I: Schuh Rieker is now represented in the pedestrianized area of ​​Wunstorf on Langen Straße. This makes it the fourth chain store in the center of Wunstorf alongside Deichmann, Kienast shoes and Schuh Eggers. The last owner-managed shoe store, Schuh Elsner, closed in 2016.

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Gastronomy I: In mid-May, the new restaurant “Mizu Sushi & Bar Lounge” was opened in the former “Ice Cream Pavilion” at the entrance to the pedestrian street Südstraße. The interior and façade have been completely redesigned and the property has a subtle lounge atmosphere. Instead of Italian dishes, the menu includes Japanese cuisine, but also Thai and Vietnamese cuisine.

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Mode II: “HOCHzeit by Bea” has moved to a large half-timbered house on Südstraße: the bridal fashion store offers dresses, shoes and accessories for “modern and confident brides”.

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Gastronomy II: The “Gaststätte Unglaublich” on Grossenheidorner Straße 2 has been run by Simone and Stefan Edler since the end of last year, continues the good tradition of Steinhude and offers a meeting place for residents and visitors. The lighthouse above the entrance continues to greet visitors, and the boat-shaped bar counter continues to be the focal point of the building. The transitional Bavarian orientation has been abandoned and the focus is now more on the Mediterranean style. The “rustic sports bar” still has bowling alleys, darts – and of course football broadcasts. They take pride in the cocktails and whiskey on offer.

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The retail trade: “Fräulein Fröhlich” will remain on Südstraße: Despite plans to build a new building for the current store, the concept store will be able to remain in place.

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Network: Thomas Rätzke, Managing Director of UmweltDruckhaus Hannover, has taken over the management of Business Network International (BNI) in the Hannover region as Regional Director and intends to double the membership in the coming months. In addition to the Wunstorfer team, there are two branches in Hanover and another one is being established in Langenhagen.

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Gastronomy III: “Sunset Lounge” in Steinhude postponed its opening ceremony, on May 30 it was invited by the restaurateur Piotr Dombrowski. The salon was launched a year ago in the middle of the Corona blockade, and has kept on course despite constant restrictions: in the meantime, it has become a well-known meeting place in Steinhude. It was now celebrated on its first anniversary – and the canceled debut could finally take place with numerous guests from the world of business and politics.

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Marketing: Vollgerne.team has abandoned its Wunstorf location and continues to offer its services from its main location in Wedemark. As an e-commerce partner, Vollgerne cares about its customers regionally and nationally in branding, market positioning and website development. The so far used premises on Nordstrasse will be taken over by Rudnick Immobilien.

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Property: In May, the “Werkraum Wunstorf” was opened, made possible by funding from the downtown, and intended primarily to give start-ups the opportunity to try things out in Wunstorf.

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Gastronomy IV: Ratskeller has renewed its seating areas: elegant wooden benches complete the previous guest area at the corner of the market square and offer space for additional guests.

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Industry: Auto parts supplier Valeo has opened a new plant in Wunstorf. Since the beginning of the year, fronts for the VW model produced in Hanover have been produced in the southern industrial area.

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Gastronomy V: Along with the square itself, the facades of the shops in the building with the beach terrace were modernized: at that time the previous “Burgermeisterei” was renamed by Peter Hoedt and now functions as “Grillbude” – right next to “Crêpes und mee (hr)”, “small shop by the sea “And” Fischbude “.

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