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After last year’s huge success, the second trade fair for D2C brands will take place from November 14th until December 10th, 2022, at Berlin’s ALEXA shopping and leisure center. 12 Direct Brands will present their products offline at ALEXA. A shopping experience for all the senses that even the best online store cannot offer will be created in the innovatively designed showroom with the help of art installations and a lounge area, food tastings and cosmetics workshops. A win-win-win for the brands, the customers and for ALEXA.

Braehead, one of the UK’s most popular retail and leisure destinations, owned by property company SGS and managed by Global Mutual, is pleased to announce the opening of a new GAP store this November.

Climate-neutral real estate and long-term value retention: How can high-footfall properties such as shopping centers be operated in a climate-neutral manner in the future? What steps need to be taken in order to achieve that goal, and how much will it cost? ECE has developed a customized Energetic Renovation Roadmap for that particular asset class to help answer such questions.

Despite tough competition in this year’s NCSC Nordic Awards Finale, the winners have now been selected and the candidate taking home the prize for “Best Shopping Center 2022” is Mall of Tripla in Finland. The winners were announced yesterday, October 27th at Sergel Hub in Stockholm.

As Festival Place is due to turn 20 later this year, now seems to be an opportune moment to reflect upon what defines it as a shopping center, a leisure destination, and a community amenity. Neil Churchill, Center Director of Festival Place, one of the UK’s Top 22 shopping centers, shares his view on the importance of community investment.

Trei Real Estate just sold a portfolio of seven convenience centres, which the company manages on behalf of the Molento family office, to MEAG. MEAG will add the properties to an institutional property fund. The properties are located in Bad Camberg (the Rhine-Main region), Hanover, Heidelberg, Mainz, Ruhpolding (Upper Bavaria), Weilersbach (Upper Franconia) and Zornheim (Rhine-Main region).

It is the first acquisition for BIG in Poland, with an investment of approximately 65 million Euro. Hay Galis, CEO of BIG, notes that these two acquisitions support company’s growth plans to become a dominant player in the Retail Park sector in Poland.

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