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AG Real Estate has confirmed the diversification of its commercial offer in the heart of the shopping centres it owns and manages. Several new leisure projects, with nearly 10,000m2 floorspace in all, will be added to the retail offer already present in the malls of its portfolio, thus offering a mix that meets the new customers’ needs.
Landsec announced the official opening of the longest and fastest zip wire in England, Skywire, at Bluewater, one of Europe’s leading retail and leisure destinations.
McArthurGlen is pleased to announce the official opening of "Play Land", a brand new 6,000 square metre leisure concept at Designer Outlet Serravalle that is dedicated to family entertainment. The 7 million euro attraction introduces a new state-of-the-art experiential element to the centre that further enhances the shopping experience for guests of all ages.
The Global Leisure Group – with brands like SPI Global Play and Sidijk – acquired two-third of former ELI Play. A total of four European organizations, including: Playlife Germany, Playlife Slovakia, HPS Play Company (Austria) and Theme Works (Slovakia), have joined world’s largest supplier of leisure concepts. With this acquisition, the Global Leisure Group further expands its coverage in Central Europe and strengthens its position as worldwide market leader in full leisure and play concepts.
One of Northern Ireland’s leading retail and leisure destinations will reopen with a bang on Friday 30th April after four months of closure, welcoming two new tenants to the scheme, representing a total investment of £120k.
Castellana Properties has acquired a four-storey office building comprising over 4,600 sqm GLA from Aliseda. The building is adjacent to Los Arcos shopping centre and will now form part of an ambitious plan to transform and upgrade this space, with Castellana Properties set to invest a total of €15.6 million.
Quintain has added to its team in order to take its vision for retail and leisure at the multi-billion pound transformation of Wembley Park to the next level, through the appointment of a new leasing agent, CF Commercial.
Fun Street, a two-level interactive family entertainment centre, has officially launched its debut site at Silverburn, one of Scotland’s leading retail and leisure destinations. As part of a phased opening, 75% of the 14,000 sq ft independently owned venue opened to the public on October 5.
The reign of retail is over. The Covid-19 crisis is not a black swan for the shopping mall industry.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and the future operator Explorado Group will open the new EXPOHALLE on the promenade of Centro in Oberhausen in March 2020. The approx. 2,800 sq m hall will be a platform for various events, leisure and entertainment exhibitions. The first highlight will be a multisensory and interactive exhibition of the "Smurfs", which has already made successful stops in Paris and Brussels.
The Howard de Walden Estate has appointed Rob Kirk as Interim Retail & Leisure Director for Marylebone Village while Jenny Casebourne takes maternity leave.
Carson joined Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH) on November 6, 2019 as a Director and is heading up the leisure team at HDH.
Anticipating the needs and expectations of customers.
The shopping offer will be a broad mix of outlet brands selling fashion, footwear, athleisure, health & beauty, homewares, jewellery and technology in an open-air environment.
intu has launched the £72 million leisure extension to intu Lakeside this week to attract more people.
Further expansion planned with £18m investment into phase 3 of the scheme.
Mapic launches international sister event accelerating the integration of Leisure in lifestyle destinations.
“There is no better marketing strategy than making people feel good.”
The £72 million retail and leisure development at intu Lakeside, which opens later this year, will introduce new restaurants and leisure brands to the south east of England; boosting the local economy with hundreds of new jobs across the leisure and hospitality sectors.
The modern mall has changed beyond all recognition – and necessarily so. Physical malls increasingly reflect the evolving needs of consumers and the accelerating pace of contemporary life. What was fast has become faster. At every turn, technology plays a role. The retail industry has unlocked online sales channels, which complement a brick-and-mortar approach, rather than simply competing with physical stores.