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Represents sector that designs, creates, funds, develops, builds and manages places anchored by retail across Europe.
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.
“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.”
The long-awaited offline event of the retail real estate market MAPIC Russia 2020 will bring together professionals and industry experts on September 16-18 at Crocus Expo.
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.
“For landlords, it is no longer an option to assume very long retail leases, collect the rent and sit back until the time comes to renegotiate them.”
The Netherlands and most other European countries are forecast to be pushed into recession this year by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
M7 Real Estate, the pan European asset and investment manager, has acquired The Mailbox in Birmingham from a joint venture between a Brockton Capital-advised fund and Milligan Retail.
Due to the industry’s serious changes we decided to substantially expand the scope of our reporting: more retail, more leisure, more gastronomy, and more mixed-use.
“If we take a look at the commercial density figures, we find that Spain is below the European average – and even more so in relation to countries such as the USA, where the density is six times higher and the shopping center model is very different from the one in Spain.”
The 67,000 sq m next generation retail centre will have a focus on place, experience and convenience.
Retail parks were long considered a necessary evil. However, their image changed drastically as they defy online retail due to their function as local suppliers. They now have the full support of customers, tenants, and investors.
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
The Bullring Estate, Birmingham’s iconic shopping destination that comprises the Bullring, Grand Central, and Link Street, is hosting an awe-inspiring Festival of Light, running from Friday 1st March to Sunday 10th March.
In this interview, Steffen Hofmann and Klaus Mennickheim, Managing Partners of iMallinvest Europe GmbH, share their profound views on current trends in the German retail real estate market with ACROSS.
Real estate investors both in and out of Germany rely on specialist retailers and specialist retail parks: They offer constant pulling power, stable revenues, and solid customer footfall – all of which require clearly positioned product and sector concepts, which signal to investors that their investment is both solid and sustainable.
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.
Effective retail places use leisure, technology, and planning to lure shoppers, who now want shopping to be both functional and social.
According to Stephan Austrup, Head of Retail in Germany at TH Real Estate, omni-channeling and digitalization are key drivers of change. In all acquisitions and in business plans for existing portfolios, he therefore considers the impact of this change on retail formats, retailers’ required floor plans, and whether the property provides the necessary layout flexibility.
PROPTECH COLUMN | “As digital consumer databases typically reach between 10% and 50% of unique annual physical visitors and beyond, each shopping center would have as strong a value proposition vis-à-vis tenants in the digital space as those with physical stores.” | By Peter Tonstad