December 2019

Union Investment, owner of Hamburg’s Quarree Wandsbek, is investing roughly 40 million euros in the refurbishment of the mall. Extensive construction work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2020, which, inevitably, will have an impact on ongoing operations. What types of marketing measures can be used to counteract the possible drop in footfall and the corresponding drop in turnover? Center Manager Frank Klüter, from Sierra Germany GmbH, and Britta Finke, from lead agency 21Media, explain the situation.

Premiere in Bratislava +++ Cano in Singen–90 percent leased already +++ Distrikt Nørrebro to open flagship store in Forum Rotterdam +++ Online retail is on the rise internationally

Rødovre Centrum is known for campaigns that combine light, design, and creativity to both promote the center and benefit the local community. Their “Furry Christmas” festive campaign continues this tradition in true “Rødovre Centrum” style.

Allianz Real Estate Refinances a 300-million-euro Acquisition +++ Investment in Hallplatz-Galerie in Zweibrücken +++ Investika purchased Galerie Butovice

Dream Island will be Russia’s first, and Europe’s largest, indoor theme park, with the first phase scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2020. Architects Chapman Taylor developed the masterplan for this project.

From January 24 to 28, 2020, Christmasworld is focusing its product range on the success factor customer-experience at the point of sale. Together with the Institute for Retail Research in Cologne, the Retail Boulevard (BLVD) 2020 will focus on the ‘customer journey’ by illustrating the steps towards the purchasing impulse and good customer relationships in different stores.

The third construction stage of designer outlets Wolfsburg was completed in October 2018. This shopping destination serves all those who work nearby, all visiting for the day, and everyone who just wants to enjoy a meal in a lively atmosphere with additional restaurant options like “Frittenwerk” or “Dean and David”.

RPMI Railpen has officially welcomed three leading fashion and lifestyle retailers, Levi’s®, GAP and Neon Sheep, to Caledonia Park, which has recently unveiled its new vision as Scotland’s premier designer village.

Quilvest Capital Partners (formerly known as Quilvest Private Equity) has teamed up with Kintyre, the Frankfurt-based investor and real estate manager, to acquire the ‘Seemaxx’ urban precinct in Radolfzell, Baden-Württemberg, in Germany, close to the borders with Austria and Switzerland.

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