Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield forces the mobility transformation by turning to soft mobility that promotes the use of sustainable, environmentally friendly, socially acceptable and low-accident modes of transport.
As a center launched 20 years ago, Festival Place was originally designed for an era in which ‘big box’ retailers dominated. The demise of high street brands such as Debenhams and Topshop changed the landscape for retail landlords, while the breakneck pace of the e-commerce revolution and the subsequent impact of the Covid-19 pandemic have changed consumer behaviour irrevocably. The team behind Festival Place have responded with a renewed emphasis on the leisure offer, closer engagement with the local community and delivering a range of events and services that all serve to keep the center relevant and to drive continued footfall.
Shaftesbury has announced the launch of two significant sustainable fashion brands within the Seven Dials community. The functional, outdoor clothing retailer, Meander Apparel, has unveiled its debut permanent store in England spanning 72 sq m whilst responsible and contemporary womenswear brand, Rakha, has opened its 64 sq m flagship store.
A crisis forces us to think in new and different ways. It is a challenge – but finally, almost always, it leads up to new ideas and helps to speed up the much-needed change, states Caroline von Westerholt, Head of Strategy & Repositioning of Retail Properties at Twenty One Media GmbH. She explains her biggest learnings from the current crisis.
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