Right in time for midsummer, the Finish company HopLop opened its first indoor sports and adventure park in Germany. A team led by Dr. Martin Imhof, partner at Heuking Kuhn Lueer Wojtek’s Dusseldorf office assisted HopLop on its market entrance in Germany and in particular advised on corporate and real estate matters. HopLop aims to further grow in Germany and to open additional parks in the near future. In total, HopLop invested about EUR 2 million in the new children’s paradise in Pulheim.
Across an area of about 5,000 sqm, the indoor park in Pulheim offers a wide range of different playgrounds where kids can jump, climb, rave, run, slide and get rid of their energy. Besides the 60m indoor wave chute, which is the longest one in Germany, the park also provides for an attractive restaurant which offers dishes for the young and the old.
HopLop, as market leader, already runs 21 indoor parks in Finland. On the basis of its successful market launch, HopLop is looking forward to strengthen its presence at further locations in Germany.
Counsel to HopLop
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek:
Dr. Martin Imhof (Trade and Corporate Law, Lead)
Christoph Nöhles, LL.M. (Tenancy Law)
Bodo Dehne (Corporate Law)
Dr. Alexander Bork (Employment Law), all Düsseldorf
Fabian Gerstner, LL.M. (Public Law), Munich
Joakim Jansson (Mietrecht), Helsinki