The important anchor tenant of the popular hybrid center at Cologne’s Neumarkt has extended its lease and is investing in a comprehensive modernisation and redesign of its sales premises. After the remodelling, the “Mayersche bookstore” will operate under the new Thalia brand name.
Thomas Hinderling will become Wincasa’s new Head of Center & Mixed-Use Site Management (CMSM) as of May 1, 2022. He takes over the position from Felix Kubat, who is leaving the company at his own request. Philipp Arnold will succeed him as Head of Mixed-Use Site Management (MUSM) German-speaking Switzerland.
In view of the war events in Ukraine with incomprehensible suffering for the civilian population, the retail alliance “Leben gehört ins Zentrum” (“Life belongs in the center”) together with the German Council of Shopping Places have launched a broad Ukraine donation campaign. The donations will be used for medical supplies. The campaign is launched in cooperation with the University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein.
Deutsche Immobilien-Gruppe (DI Group) is now investing more than €12 million in the expansion and renewal of its shopping center “Rathaus Center Pankow”. The extension will create about 2,100 sq m, 7% more space.
Without a doubt, outlets are an outperforming retail format. Therefore, it is a very dynamic sector. Dominic Brady, Partner at KLM Real Estate, explains the current trends outlet operators are facing from the brands and consumers’ perspective.
Planning permission has been granted for a 10,220 sq m Dobbies Garden Centre in Northern Ireland – one of the largest retail lettings in the UK and Ireland in recent years. The opening is scheduled for spring 2023.
Höfner leads the team at the Frankfurt am Main location and, as Managing Director of GARBE Institutional Capital Deutschland GmbH, is responsible for Product Development, Underwriting, and Research & Strategy.
Kaufland is already taking a variety of measures to prevent food waste. Now, the retailer has launched a cooperation with Too Good To Go – the food saving app that connects retailers and customers – for its stores in the Munich area.
By 2024, the number of STOP SHOPs will be increased by around 40% to 140 locations through selective acquisitions and new openings. The focus will also be on Italy, where ten new retail parks will be opened by 2024.
13 best development projects from around the world have been honored in Cannes. The winner in the category “Best Shopping Center” is CAP300 in France. Frederiksberg Allé 41, Denmark, is the winner of the category “Best mixed-use Development”.
Grosvenor has announced that the international fashion brand, Stradivarius, has chosen Liverpool ONE for its city debut. Set to open in October 2022, the 743 sq m flagship store will become the fourth Inditex-owned brand based in this retail destination.
Multi Corporation has launched the “Multi Forum” tenant experience app to further improve management of its assets. Powered by Chainels, the tenant experience app is a user-friendly portal available in website and app formats.
Immofinanz is presenting its new residential brand “On Top Living” at the real estate trade fair, MIPIM in Cannes. Under this brand, tenants will be offered up to 12,000 smart and sustainable apartments at affordable prices in the medium term.
LabTech, owners of Camden Market (London), have announced the signing of a UK debut site for Babylon Park, a new family entertainment leisure concept, at Camden Market Hawley Wharf (shopping & dining destination).
Hahn Group has acquired a retail agglomeration in Bad Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein (Germany), for the institutional real estate fund HAHN German Retail Fund IV.
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