Daily Archives: May 25, 2020

Covid-19 crisis: Now what? Do we have a solution?

The arguments of all negotiating parties are exchanged and the respective associations support the “ping-pong of arguments” with expert opinions and position statements. This is not an individual problem of specific contractual partners anymore. The discussion about lease payments in … Continue reading

EBRD supports expansion of Ukraine’s Fozzy Group

Meanwhile, domestic food producers, including small and medium-sized enterprises, which supply Fozzy Group with groceries, will also benefit from new business opportunities generated by the new stores under the popular Silpo and Fora brands that the group operates. The Bank’s … Continue reading

Vastned announces strategy update

Vastned’s present strategy was started in early 2017, focusing the high street strategy more explicitly on growing the high street assets in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Paris and Madrid. Normally, the company strategy would be updated next year. Vastned has been indicating … Continue reading

Westbridge renews the energy supply for the shopping centre “Passage Corridor“ in Veenendaal

The operating cost specialist succeeded in saving the owner more thanEUR 11’000 over the next 30 months from the start of supply on May 1, 2020. The 31 electricity and 19 natural gas supply points in the shopping centre consume an … Continue reading

More courage, more creativity

By Susanne Osadnik Resilience. This term has never been used as often before as right now. Derived from the Latin word that generally means “to bounce off”, it stands for the ability to develop a certain tolerance for blows of … Continue reading

How to reopen your shopping centres. User guide

THE FOUR MAIN TAKEAWAYS Post-COVID shoppers are attracted by a different retail mix, wth a focus on homeware and well-being brands and products. Within these shoppers, there are four main segments emerging from the COVID situation. How you attract and … Continue reading

Stricter financing conditions for retail properties

By Richard Haimann Due to the loss of rental income in the coronavirus pandemic, banks are tightening their conditions for financing retail properties and shopping centers or are withdrawing from business altogether. “In general, it can be assumed that financing … Continue reading

SES Now Operates Five Large-scale Shopping Centers in Slovenia

The center was completed in March, but, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the originally planned opening date had to be postponed. The first shops with focus on local supply opened at the beginning of May, and the entire … Continue reading