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Futureal Group has exited its 19 million euros mezzanine financing provided to Caelum Development for the development of ParkLake shopping centre in Bucharest, Romania.
ECE has launched the test of another innovative pilot project at Skyline Plaza in Frankfurt: By introducing “Easy Dining”, ECE for the first time provides a digital platform at one of its operated centers where customers can order and pay their food and drinks at the food court online.
In 2017, Green Caffe Nero, TK Maxx, Dla Spania, KappAhl, Newbie, Home&Deco, Good Label, T-Mobile and Forever 21 opened twelve new stores across Poland totalling more than 9,800 sq m of floorspace. Each project was delivered by the Retail Agency team of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
More than 200 participants are scheduled to meet, for the 11th time, to discuss the future of the retail park type.
The Hudson Yards neighborhood officially opened to the public on March 15, 2019, marking a historic moment in the city of New York. +++ Following an investment of 52 million euros, Jardín Plaza Cúcuta opened its doors to the public on February 27, 2019 as the city’s largest shopping center. +++ TCC Assets Co., Ltd. and Frasers Property Limited jointly intend to develop 16.7 hectares, in the heart of Bangkok, into a “must-visit” destination city district. +++ Set in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district, L+ Mall will be situated close to Shanghai Tower
The first store of the French chain Decathlon with an area of 2500 sq m was opened in Kiev in Retail Park Petrovka, on Stepana Bandery Avenue, 15-G.
Towarowa 22 is a plot of about 6.5 hectares located in the Wola district in Warsaw (Poland). The owners are EPP and Echo Investment. Hadley Dean, CEO of EPP, explains the project’s retail component.
Sports retailer Decathlon opens this week, on 28th of March, a new unit within Bistrita Retail Park, the project developed by Element Development.
MVRDV’s plan for the Taipei Twin Towers has been selected to revitalize the central station area of Taiwan’s Capital. +++ Thor Equities Group has secured long-term leases at The Landmark Guadalajara in Mexico. +++ The Well is an ambitious mixed-use endeavor in Canada, located in the heart of Toronto’s West End. +++ TCC Assets Co., Ltd. and Frasers Property Limited jointly intend to develop 16.7 hectares, in the heart of Bangkok, into a “must-visit” destination city district.
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
The ultimately 382-meters high “Abu Dhabi Plaza” in Astana is about to become the highest building in Central Asia. It also accommodates a shopping center, among many other things.
IMMOFINANZ recorded strong growth in the number of visitors to its retail properties in 2018: More than 142 million customers visited the STOP SHOP retail parks and VIVO! shopping centers with over 800,000 sqm of rentable space. That represents an increase of roughly 20 million visitors, or 16.7%, over the previous year. On a like-for-like basis, i.e. after an adjustment for acquisitions, sales and completions, the number of visitors rose by 4.8% to approximately 128 million. The retailers operating in the IMMOFINANZ retail parks and shopping centers generated a year-on-year increase of nearly 5.0% in their gross sales revenues.
Birmingham City Council has recently announced Lendlease as its development partner to deliver the transformation of the 17-hectare Birmingham Smithfield site.
In Romania, repeated and unplanned changes in legislation hinder the process of building authorization, as well as the legal steps required at the time of completion.
Cushman & Wakefield has re-hired Duncan Gilliard as a Partner in its Central London retail team to bolster its market leading offer.
Once again, real estate developments will be presented and advertised in Cannes this year. Many of them will feature retail space. Here is an overview of this year’s event.
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.
The reason is the competition from online retail. Residential and logistics assets, in return, will be increased.
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.
Another accolade for the “Digital Mall”: On January 17, ECE’s digital innovation project received the “European Innovation Retail Award 2019 (“Europäischer Innovationspreis Handel 2019”) of the German Council of Shopping Centers (GCSC) at an award ceremony in Frankfurt am Main.