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Premiere in Bratislava +++ Cano in Singen–90 percent leased already +++ Distrikt Nørrebro to open flagship store in Forum Rotterdam +++ Online retail is on the rise internationally
Allianz Real Estate Refinances a 300-million-euro Acquisition +++ Investment in Hallplatz-Galerie in Zweibrücken +++ Investika purchased Galerie Butovice
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.
EfTEN Real Estate Fund 4, a fund managed by “EfTEN Capital” AS, acquired the shopping center “River Mall” and business center “River Hall” in Kaunas.
Around three years ago, Immofinanz, which operates throughout Europe, decided to market its retail properties under the names Stop Shop and VIVO! Today, 80 Stop Shops provide daily consumer goods for Eastern and Southeastern European consumers.
A self-made man who set out to form a European format omnichannel provider.
Union Investment has renewed its management contract with Prelios Immobilien Management for the LAGO Shopping Center in the heart of Constance. The service agreement comprises centre management, property management, letting and car park operation.
Futureal Group won several awards from the national jury at CIJ Awards Hungary. Etele Plaza was voted “Best Retail Development”, while Grand Corvin by Cordia was awarded as the “Best Residential Development” in Hungary in 2018. The jury voted SZGD Innovation Incubator, a property owned by OTP Real Estate Investment Fund whose construction was managed by Futureal, as the “Best Regional Development” in Hungary.
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.
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
La Française Real Estate Partners International has finalized the acquisition from Schoofs-Gruppe of the QuartierWEST retail park in Essen on behalf of two La Française collective real estate investment vehicles.
Newsec Advisory was in early 2018 appointed by the previous owner of Stark Group (previously DT-Group), Ferguson plc, to advise on the valuation and strategic exit opportunities of their property portfolios in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Futureal Group has exited its 19 million euros mezzanine financing provided to Caelum Development for the development of ParkLake shopping centre in Bucharest, Romania.
CBRE, the world leader in commercial real estate services, facilitated a lease of unique retail real estate located in the historical Ehlen House on Jungmann Square in central Prague.
The opening of Muji at the centre will be the first flagship store in Finland and represents the largest Muji store in Europe. The store is scheduled to open in Q4 2019. Muji currently has more than 40 stores across Europe.
The polarisation between the most attractive European cities for retail property investment and the rest are widening at an accelerating rate.
Swiss Life Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH (Swiss Life KVG), in cooperation with CORPUS SIREO Real Estate, Cologne, has acquired the "Cologneo I" neighbourhood development in Cologne. The properties will be transferred to an open special real estate AIF.
BNP Paribas Real Estate: European Retail Real Estate Market - Investors and retailers show swift adaptation to new consumer needs, especially new environments and technologies
BNP Paribas REIM has sold the « CUBE » portfolio to OM France and Mata Capital, which represents more than 113,000 sqm of retail space spread across 19 single-tenant properties located in France and operated mostly by the French brands, BUT and BABOU.
Hamburg-based redos Group has acquired the “Olymp” portfolio of eleven retail parks and hybrid centres. It was purchased for the special fund “Redos Einzelhandel Germany II”, which the independent retail property specialist set up for institutional investors in 2017 together with Union Investment under a third-party AIFM mandate.