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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.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) announced that 65 of its 90 shopping centres have re-opened after the easing of restrictions imposed because of the COVID-19 crisis. This follows announcements by authorities in Los Angeles and France on May 26 and 29, respectively.
Lifestyle Outlets, part of Peel L&P, has reported another year of strong results, with growing footfall and sales figures bucking the national retail trend across its two operational centres in Manchester and Gloucester, despite market uncertainty surrounding Brexit and a late General Election.
centre:mk, one of the top 10 shopping centres in the UK (released by GlobalData), is bucking the nationwide trend of declining footfall, and has reported that the centre’s footfall is up +2.5% YOY.
Wereldhave has taken notice of recent media attention about the possible intention of Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) to close its operations in the Netherlands by the end of 2019.
Neinver – a leading investor, developer and operator in the European outlet centre industry and the largest operator in Spain and Poland – has announced that sales across its outlet portfolio grew to €487M during the first half of the year, an 8% increase compared to the same period in 2018. The number of visitors to the 16-outlet-centre portfolio also rose by 3% to 21 million.
The portfolio of 15 outlet centres in Europe welcomed 42.3 million visitors in 2018.
Visitors to the centers in Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Poland totaled 41.7 million in 2017.
The shopping centers managed by Austria’s market leader SES Spar European Shopping Centers (SES) remained on a successful trajectory in 2017 and once more outdid the outstanding performance of the previous year.
Neinver continues delivering year-on-year sales and footfall increases across its outlet portfolio. In 2017, the company recorded over €917 million in sales, a 5% like-for-like increase compared to the previous year, and welcomed more than 41.7 million visitors across its portfolio of 15 outlet centres in Spain, Poland, France, Germany and Italy.
Despite the pandemic and nearly two months of lockdown, Westgate Shopping City has continued to open new stores and attract visitors. The shopping center in Zagreb is prepared to face the realities of the near future, which are sure to be challenging.
The long-awaited offline event of the retail real estate market MAPIC Russia 2020 will bring together professionals and industry experts on September 16-18 at Crocus Expo.
Lotus Property, owners of Northern Ireland’s premier designer outlet, The Boulevard, has signed one of the UK’s most iconic brands to join the scheme in the run up to Christmas.
Leading management and technology specialist for parking and visitor insight, GroupNexus, has identified that during the first week in July, motorway service station visits have now surpassed pre lockdown figures from the same period four months ago, showing an increase of 4.46%, whilst dwell time has decreased by 14% to 30mins, compared to pre-pandemic. 
"Is he unteachable? Or is Dr. Will actually stuck in a repeating time loop with his tenant survey SCPR 2020, just like the misanthropic weatherman Phil Connors in the popular comedy 'Groundhog Day'?"
During this trying time, a group of management companies of large shopping centers in Ukraine supported the business of its partners by providing rent-free vacation for the entire period of forced downtime.
The investor has invested half a billion, says company doctor Geiwitz. The German bankruptcy contingency fund pays 28,000 employees for three months. The corona crisis threatens the future of the department house group Galeria Karstadt Kaufhof, which is owned by the Austrian large-scale investor René Benko.
The department store group Galeria Kaufhof and Karstadt is in trouble.
Based on preliminary figures, shopping center investor Deutsche EuroShop closed financial year 2019 with good operating figures that partially met or exceeded forecast. However, the financial implications for the 2020 financial year of the continued spread and unpredictable duration of the corona virus pandemic cannot be quantified at this stage.