Daily Archives: November 18, 2015

Commercial Real Estate as a Gordian Knot

BY RAINER KUNDÖRFER The developer scene has reacted to this declining willingness to expand for several years by offering significantly fewer projects in saturated markets like Germany and Austria. The market’s skepticism also derives from the mediocre success of the … Continue reading

How Cinemas Can Overcome the “Sofa Trap”

BY CHRISTOF PAPOUSEK The convenience of home entertainment is certainly impressive, especially in markets with high purchasing power and good development of the general private living environment. How can cinemas overcome the “sofa trap”? Here is a brief presentation of … Continue reading

Star-Spangled Projects

        Dania Pointe, Dania Beach (Florida) Dania Pointe is a 40-hectare, premier mixed-use development with 100,000 sq m of retail and restaurant space, in addition to Class A offices, hotels, luxury apartments, and public event space. Its … Continue reading

Starting Shot for a Mall in Lviv

On September 25, Forum Lviv opened its doors to the public and welcomed thousands of shoppers and curious Lviv residents. The scheme is Multi’s first shopping center in Ukraine. It is located in the historic inner city of Lviv and … Continue reading

The management of retail parks needs radical rethinking

The necessity of strict customer orientation results from the fact that added value in the field of retail parks and hybrid centers will in future lie predominantly in the management of existing properties. Large-scale new developments have already become the … Continue reading


BY JÖRG F. BITZER At first glance, you would think that the online trade would be bad for “bricks & mortar” retailers, but it is actually just a new challenge. Retailers need to act quickly, but also deliberately and creatively. … Continue reading