Daily Archives: April 27, 2020

‘Safe Shopping’ at the Designer Outlet Soltau and City Outlet Geislingen

With a ‘Hello again!’ message and a ‘Safe Shopping’ initiative opened yesterday the Designer Outlet Soltau in Lower Saxony and the City Outlet Geislingen in Baden-Wuerttemberg with enhanced health and safety standards, which going beyond the official retail corona regulations … Continue reading

Wereldhave launches Green Financing Framework and secures new funding

Dennis de Vreede, CFO of Wereldhave: “Sustainability has been integrated in Wereldhave’s operations for years. With the energy transition ahead of us and our commitment to the Science-Based Targets initiative recently, this Green Financing Framework now allows us to integrate our … Continue reading

Slate Asset Management Raises €250 Million in Third European Real Estate Fund

Slate Asset Management, a leading alternative asset management platform with a focus on real estate, announced today the final close of its Slate European Real Estate Fund III.  Consistent with its predecessor funds, Slate Europe III will target grocery real … Continue reading

Bestseller in close dialogue with all suppliers in the wake of Covid-19

The entire fashion industry, including Bestseller, is facing one of its biggest challenges ever. Bestseller’s partnership with its suppliers is invaluable to them, therefore the necessary time is being taken to have an individual dialogue with all suppliers globally.  With … Continue reading

Trei Real Estate Moves into New Offices in Düsseldorf

In future, Trei’s entire workforce of currently about 80 staff will work out of its new location next to Düsseldorf Airport. The floor space could potentially accommodate more than 100 workplaces. Pepijn Morshuis, CEO of Trei Real Estate, commented: “For … Continue reading

After corona, more than ever: The future of retail is sustainable

By Thimo Schwenzfeier When the Dutch trend researcher Li Edelkoort recently talked in favor of consumption from his quarantine, retail was already locked and loaded to somehow make up for the lost weeks. However, there is one issue that got … Continue reading

Covid-19’s impact on Dutch retail real estate

By Ellen Tak-Zwetheul On March 15, 2020, the Dutch Government took lockdown measures in the Netherlands to combat the further outbreak of Covid-19. In addition to schools and child day-care centers, also food & beverage, leisure, and entertainment enterprises had … Continue reading