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After 25 years with the Bouygues Immobilier group, Laurent Tirot intends to accelerate the growth of the group's business in France.
In total, the company signed close to 1,500 leasing deals in 2020, including tenant rent negotiations, new leases and renewals. The resilience of the outlet industry is reflected by positive consumer demand whenever restrictions eased or lifted during 2020.
Potsdamer Platz announced that “Mission: Play!”™, Mattel’s first European entertainment experience will open in Spring 2022, as part of Brookfield Properties’ relaunch of the estate. The 4,000 square meters center will bring Mattel’s iconic brands to life through themed zones for Barbie®, Hot Wheels® and Mega Bloks®.
The first Europe-wide lockdown in spring 2020 sent retail markets from Scandinavia to the Iberian peninsula into an unprecedented state of collective shock. This was reflected in the European retail industry barometer, the Global Retail Attractiveness Index (GRAI), which plummeted to a historic low of 89 points in the second quarter.
“High streets and shopping centers will need to focus less on filling space with stock, and more on reutilizing that space for wider social and cultural needs, as well as for showrooming, fulfilment, back-of-house functions, and last-mile delivery.”
Savills Investment Management (Savills IM), the international real estate investment manager, has launched a European food retail–focused fund, the Savills IM European Food Retail Fund.
Asset Management Directors Diederik Bakker and Harold van Riel and their asset management teams work closely together at Multi Corporation. This major pan-European retail service platform manages and redevelops retail properties across 14 countries in Europe and Turkey. How do they maintain sustainable asset value in a health crisis such as the current Covid-19 pandemic?
“Health and safety will always be our first priority, but a tiered approach to the new Covid measures could help avoid blanket national closures.”
Represents sector that designs, creates, funds, develops, builds and manages places anchored by retail across Europe.
Fifth Wall, the largest venture capital firm focused on real estate technology, has partnered with BNP Paribas Real Estate to launch its business in Europe with the Fifth Wall Real Estate Technology European Fund, its first European Proptech fund.
Atrium European Real Estate sold 5 retail assets („Tyrion portfolio”) to Metropol Group. The seller was represented by Avison Young and JLL investment teams throughout the transaction.
More than 50% growth in online sales has been key to the recovery.
A 2019 review and how Black Friday has become the most important annual shopping event. All that, and more, can be found in GfK’s study on key European retail indicators.
VIA Outlets – Europe's fastest growing owner-operator of premium fashion outlet destinations – has, as of today, with Freeport Lisboa Fashion Outlet being the last one in line, reopened all closed and semi-closed centres in its eleven-strong portfolio. While the company was advised to temporarily close the majority of its outlets by local authorities in March and April in the wake of Covid-19, three were able to remain open throughout.
Klépierre reports that the vast majority of its shopping centers have reopened in Europe.
Meyer Bergman is creating a €2 billion platform allowing institutional investors to tap into surging demand for last-mile distribution centres, with the launch of Crossbay.
Atrium European Real Estate Limited, a leading owner, operator and redeveloper of shopping centres and retail real estate in Central Europe, provides an update on trading for the three months ended 31 March 2020 and an update on trading in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Oversubscribed Fund Hits Hard-Cap, Exceeding €200 Million Target.
Europe’s retailing sector is reeling from the shock of lockdowns across the region to limit the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, but the impact on the sector’s credit outlook will be uneven, says Scope Ratings.
“As in all crisis, we should bear in mind that there is always a ‘before’ and an ‘after’. We should focus on the latter.”