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F&C Commercial Property Trust Limited, which is managed by BMO Real Estate Partners, part of Canada’s BMO Financial Group’s Global Asset Management business, announces that it has agreed two new restaurant lettings with Caprice Holdings Ltd and Homeslice at its St Christopher’s Place central London estate, adding to a flurry of leasing activity across the West End asset over the past year.
A research report commissioned by centre:mk’s joint owners, Hermes Investment Management and AustralianSuper, has identified a series of key consumer trends that will have a significant impact on the future of retail and leisure destinations.
AEW announces that it has acquired the Planetocio retail and leisure centre on behalf of one of its funds for €20 million from AXIARE.
LondonMetric Property Plc announces that it has exchanged on the sale of an Odeon Cinema in Derby and a retail asset in Guisborough for £18.6 million reflecting a blended net initial yield of 4.8%.
intu, the leading owner, developer and manager of prime regional shopping centres in the UK, has signed Five Guys to beef up its dining offer in Derby.
Leading shopping centre developer and operator, IKEA Centres Russia has revealed that over 100 stores have opened in Russia within its portfolio through Middle Eastern franchise partners and Turkish brands.
I’m with my theleisureway colleagues, Pablo and Carlos, in a place in the old center of Zaragoza. It’s a tapas bar, I confess, but I might justify it by saying that it would tick a lot of boxes as one of Ray Oldenburg’s “Great Good Places.”
A joint venture between NEINVER – an industry-leading company specialised in property investment, development and management, and TIAA – a fortune 100 financial services organisation, has completed the purchase of Nassica, an outdoor retail park. TH Real Estate act as investment advisor for the joint venture.
We know that as consumer habits in the UK and beyond evolve, our customers no longer see leisure, shopping and dining as completely distinct activities. And they’ll also not think twice about switching back and forth between online and offline channels to explore, share ideas or buy.
Cuppedia, an international brand specialising in artisan chocolate and patisserie, is entering the UK market for the first time by opening a retail unit at intu Trafford Centre.
In order to survive, shopping centers are beginning to adapt retail, housing cultural, educational, and leisure facilities all under one roof. Since 80% of those visiting malls are Millennials or Gen Z, leisure is a hot topic within retail development.
Bringing landlords, brokers and retailers together to discuss business opportunities across the Nordic regions.
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.
People say that predictions are hard, especially when they have to be made about the future. Be that as it may, ACROSS asked leading industry-players what to expect from the coming twelve months.
For the first time in five years, Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay has replaced New York’s Upper 5th Avenue as the world’s most expensive retail street by rental value, according to data from Cushman & Wakefield.
In today’s environment of complex and fast changes in all fields of real estate development, particularly affecting retail and all the complementary activities making these developments possible, inevitably, the architectural profession will have to adapt by preventively responding to future trends and demands.
In 2018, the current retail (r)evolution continued and did not slow down. Omnichannel has become a reality: Today’s consumer, whether 7 or 70 years old, searches the web to make in-store purchases and does the exact opposite five minutes later.
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.
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