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“In our survey, many of our visitors told us that they would like to continue to see features that minimize the spread of infections, such as touch-free shopping, and that will be at the forefront of our minds as we upgrade our centers and embark on new projects.”
In Poland, 2020, a turbulent year, has brought about many changes in the retail market. The unexpected occurrence of the pandemic has complicated the situation for both contractors and tenants. However, Covid-19 has not so much initiated new trends as it has dynamized the existing ones. It is not only about the growing importance of the omnichannel approach, especially with regard to e-commerce; the increasing share of retail parks and convenience centers in retail sales also ranks as one of the key trends. As research has shown, smaller-scale commercial formats have been most successful in dealing with the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
Echo Investment has finalized the purchase of three plots of land from companies belonging to the Tesco group in Poznań, Łódź and Kraków.
CBRE announced three promotions in the Retail Agency department.
The shopping center and management division of Abu Dhabi-based Lulu Group International, Line Investments & Property LLC, boasts a portfolio of malls through the Gulf and India. +++ TribecaCity in Mauritius continues to rise up out of the ground, with good progress being made on the scheme’s basement levels. Benoy is delivering architecture, interior design and master planning for the 150,000 sq m project. +++ The Netherlands-based design firm MVRDV has released details about Glass Mural in Detroit, USA.
The opening of the largest inner-city regeneration project in Rotterdam in recent years, Forum Rotterdam, took place on September 24, 2020, with a small gathering and in full compliance with the current Covid-19 guidelines +++ Recently, the refurbishment of TresAguas has completed in the Madrid district of Alcorcón +++ Over the last few decades, Atrium Ljungberg has redeveloped Sickla, a suburb of Stockholm, from an industrial estate into a vibrant, living city district
On Thursday, 5 November 2020, the Polish Council of Shopping Centres (PRCH) announced the winners of the 11th edition of the competition. Among the awarded projects, there were those of companies such as: EPP, eobuwie.pl, Cromwell Property Group or Play. This year, a special prize was also awarded to the representatives of APSYS Poland.
Mitiska REIM, the leading specialist investor in European retail parks and convenience centres, has today announced it has secured a €33 million senior debt facility with Erste Group Bank AG for four Romanian retail parks, representing a combined gross leasable area (GLA) of 30,500m2.
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.
The biggest event for the commercial real estate industry in Poland starts on November 5. The 11th edition of the independent, expert contest of the Polish Council of Shopping Centres will be topped with the final Gala, during which the winners will be announced. The best projects from over a hundred submitted applications will be awarded during the event.
MAPIC Russia 2020 is a long-awaited offline event for the retail real estate market, which gathered industry professionals and experts in Moscow on September 16-18, 2020.
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.
JLL and Trei Real Estate Poland, the authors of the latest market analysis, "Retail parks and convenience centers in Poland", summarize the situation regarding these projects at the end of H1 2020, and outline the development prospects for this commercial real estate sector in Poland.
The remote-event already took place for the third time. Six top-class panelists tried to predict how the Covid-19 crise will change the industry. A big and prominent expert-audience followed the discussion.
Funshop Park is a new chain of retail parks that are being built in small and medium-sized Romanian cities. By 2022, 6 facilities with a total leasable area of 40,000 sqm will be completed.
M7 Real Estate, the pan-European investor and asset manager, announces the off-market sale, on behalf of M7 ISLAY, of a portfolio of 27 retail properties in Germany, to the FIM Unternehmensgruppe for €86.4 million.