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“What makes the rebranding special is that it combines the international appeal of the brand with the local heritage – the locally grown tradition.”
Global investment firm Sixth Street and private equity real estate firm Henley Investments have purchased Martineau Place in Birmingham in a joint venture.
14 September 2021: UK Commercial Property REIT Limited (“UKCM” or the “Company”), which owns a diversified portfolio of high-quality UK commercial property, announces that it has acquired Trafford Retail Park, near Manchester, from Peel L&P for £33 million.
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.
Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed EPP issued a positive operational market update before entering its closed period on 1 July 2021. The company reported that Poland is outpacing its original vaccination roll-out targets, experiencing a robust retail rebound and enjoying promising economic prospects.
In a critical period for HoReCa, office or mixed-use projects, recent investments are adding new flavors and attractive or innovative functions to revive the pulse in key submarkets of Bucharest. Can dining or working with sky views make flexible working or meetings more appealing?
Manchester Arndale has announced Therapie Clinic will join its line-up – opening its doors in June. The centre has also secured almost 75,000 sq ft of lease renewals – marking a strong start to 2021.
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.
Europe's food retailers are being put to the test by the eco- nomic consequences of the natural disaster Covid-19. This is a very special kind of weather situation. While non-food retailers and the food service industry are in sheer despair in the face of the calm caused by government-imposed lockdowns, the "system-relevant" food retail sector has been confronted with a veritable storm tide since the sec- ond quarter of 2020.
“We know that flexibility, and therefore, shorter leases are very much what tenants are looking for today.”
BEO Shopping Center has won two prestigious International Property Awards in the “Best Retail Architecture” and “Best Retail Interior” categories. Center is located on the corner of Vojislava Ilica and Mis Irbijeve streets, covers an area of over 130,000 sqm and its offer comprises of more than 110 global and regional brands.
A look at Australia: A “Hospitality Mindset” to drive sales and deliver positive experiences in spite of Covid-19.
Hines has fully leased the retail space at its prime Calle Preciados 13 development in the heart of Madrid.
Despite the coronavirus crisis, this is one brand more than 2019, according to a market survey by Cushman & Wakefield.
Westfield announces that Global brand Nike will be joining along with other 19 great brands. These latest signings now place the Mall at 90% pre-let, 2 months before opening.
Westfield last year launched ten centres in France, Sweden, Poland and Czech Republic and Westfield Mall of the Netherlands will be the eleventh in Continental Europe when it opens in March 18, 2021. The Mall is already 85% pre-let as another 21 new brands sign from Fashion, Food & Beverage and Outdoor categories join the new Westfield lifestyle destination.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) Germany is further differentiating the tenant mix at Ruhr Park in Bochum and welcomes a new food and delicacies concept with the Hamburg spice manufacturer Ankerkraut.
Dune London, one of Europe’s most recognisable footwear brands, has announced its intention to open a new store in Northern Ireland’s prime retail site – its first outlet store in Northern Ireland.
The first collection of premium brands has been unveiled for McArthurGlen Designer Outlet West Midlands, marking an exciting milestone in the £160 million development that will be the UK’s newest major fashion and leisure destination when it opens in early 2021.