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MEC and its partners Real Estate, Savills Germany, Dr. Lademann & Partner and WISAG published the 9th edition of the Retail Park Report “About Tomorrow–Retail parks in the city of the future”. The key finding: Sustainable and cross-asset-class strategies are needed to develop cities and rural areas for the future as urban neighborhoods and surrounding areas gain in importance.
Trei Real Estate GmbH (Trei), an international developer and asset holder for residential and retail real estate, and Jones Lang LaSalle Poland (JLL) jointly published a new market report on retail parks and convenience centers in Poland.
Trei Real Estate borrowed €27.5 million in its first financing arrangement with the Polish bank Pekao. Collateral for the loan was provided in the form of seven Vendo Parks in Poland, all of which were completed during the past twelve months.
MEC recently published their 9th Retail Park Report “About Tomorrow–Retail Parks in the City of Tomorrow”. On this topic, an online event featuring a panel discussion with their co-responsible partners will take place on November 24, 10-11 am.
The online course at Solent University was developed with industry experts and teaches additional competencies and practical skillsets required of retail place managers.
“Our addiction to fossil fuels is pushing humanity to the brink. We face a stark choice: Either we stop it–or it stops us. It’s time to say: enough.”
“It’s high time for both the retail property sector, construction, financial institutions, tenants and policymakers to step up efforts to intensify collaboration, and BPIE’s roadmap is a promising start. This collective vision sends out a clear message that the sector is ready to take action”
This online special will be available as a free download until October 31.
“Despite laudable efforts, the retail real estate industry still needs a common vision and strategy to achieve full decarbonization by 2050.”
This online special will be available as a free download until October 10.
As Europe emerges from the COVID 19 pandemic, one thing is clear–the trends in retail prior to COVID have become more pronounced and are now accelerating the divergence between winners and losers in the retail sector.
VIA Outlets has chosen Yardi® technology to support growth across its Pan-European portfolio.
2021 continues to be a year full of expansion, development, and transformation for the Slovak retail market with approximately 158,000 sq m of additional retail area well underway.
Probably almost everyone in Europe would like to see a return to normality, to where we have achieved herd immunity, infection numbers are controlled, and coronavirus-related restrictions are lifted. Whenever we reach that normality, it will still be a new kind of normal. The coronavirus pandemic will permanently change the way we work, live, and consume – and retailers will also have to find their way in the new world after the acute shock of 2020 and 2021.
The John Lewis Partnership announced that Tina Mitchell will join Waitrose as Retail Director.
As if retailers in German city centers have not had enough to contend with in recent years–primarily driven by growing competition from online retailers–now they are also confronted with even bigger economic problems due to the Corona pandemic and the associated restrictions and closures. A continuous analysis of visitor development by GfK shows what has actually happened since the start of the pandemic, who the losers and even bigger losers of the pandemic are, and what the future holds.
Global Mutual lines up three new brands for Scottish outlet centre with NEXT bringing fashion and homewares this summer.
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Shopping center expert Jan Tanner becomes the new Head of Retail & Site Management Switzerland at real estate service provider Privera. He succeeds Cengizhan Ari, who is leaving the company.
Europe's food retailers are being put to the test by the eco- nomic consequences of the natural disaster Covid-19. This is a very special kind of weather situation. While non-food retailers and the food service industry are in sheer despair in the face of the calm caused by government-imposed lockdowns, the "system-relevant" food retail sector has been confronted with a veritable storm tide since the sec- ond quarter of 2020.