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The Howard de Walden Estate has appointed Rob Kirk as Interim Retail & Leisure Director for Marylebone Village while Jenny Casebourne takes maternity leave.
Further expansion planned with £18m investment into phase 3 of the scheme.
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.”
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.
“Health and safety will always be our first priority, but a tiered approach to the new Covid measures could help avoid blanket national closures.”
Time Retail Partners (TRP), the boutique retail property consultancy, has appointed Peter Wrigley, founder of 360Retail and a former senior director in CBRE’s lease consultancy business, as a consultant to head its new professional services specialism. Peter will work with Time’s established landlord and agency teams.
Fabrice Bansay (Apsys), Joanna Fisher (ECE), Roberto Zoia (CNCC Italy), Sébastien Vanhoove (Carmila), Matthijs Storm (Wereldhave), Winston Fisher (Area15), Ian Sandford (Eurofund Group) and many more will speak at MAPIC Digital.
Restaurants & Gastronomy – has this former rising star turned into a fallen angel for the real estate industry?
Grosvenor Europe has announced the appointment of 360Retail to work with CBRE on the lease consultancy for Liverpool ONE. 360Retail is a newly launched business created by Peter Wrigley, a former senior director in CBRE’s lease consultancy business.
CBRE, the world’ leading commercial real estate company, appointed Tomáš Míček (39) the Head of the Retail Sector effective from October 1, 2020.
Multi is currently carrying out several refurbishment projects within its portfolio, all of which center around the creation of spaces that are integral parts of their respective communities.
Karl Lagerfeld, S. Oliver, Petrol Industries, Dstrezzed, Geox and Skechers will join the outlet centre’s exclusive commercial mix.
ACROSS interviews Constantin Wiesmann, Director of Leasing, and Anna Laura Riemann, Senior Leasing Manager, responsible for Westfield Hamburg-Überseequartier, of Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) in Germany. They talk about current challenges in retail, omnichannel models, the future of the industry, and the Group’s key project, Westfield Hamburg-Überseequartier.
The new, close relationship with customers. These are the strategies that retailers and operators apply to prepare for life after the crisis.
“Many of the key trends that were driving our business before Covid-19, such as the digitalization of retail, sustainability, urbanization, community engagement, and social trends are here to stay.”
Nivy Station is a special project. It represents a fusion of various functions into a single, deliberate concept that will provide Bratislava with a new airport-style bus terminal, more than 250 retail establishments, a fully-fledged gastronomic zone with a marketplace offering local farm products, and a green roof for active rest and relaxation. Thanks to the integration of the bus station and its overall location, this center will be a transport hub, suitable for all kinds of urban as well as regional mobility. It is situated in the heart of a dynamically developing business zone and is a neighbor to existing as well as emerging projects in the Nové Nivy zone.
MAPIC will be held at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes from 17 to 19 November, 2020. Its theme of Embracing Collaborative Retail, along with the entire programme, has been designed to support and give an extra boost to the international retail property industry, which has been hit hard by the current health crisis.
Plans have been unveiled ahead of the reopening of London Designer Outlet, the capital’s leading fashion and lifestyle outlet centre, and wider retail at Wembley Park, one of the largest and most all-embracing urban development’s currently underway in Europe. Retail will start to open from Monday 15 June, in keeping with the Government’s lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Restaurants and Cinema will follow Government advice and plan to open as soon as possible.
Quintain, the developer behind the £3bn transformation of Wembley Park to create a cultural neighbourhood for London, has appointed Richard Poyser as Head of Retail Leasing & Asset Management. He will report to Matt Slade, Retail Director at Quintain.
The reign of retail is over. The Covid-19 crisis is not a black swan for the shopping mall industry.