MPC Properties, one of the largest investors in Southeast Europe, is investing 250 million euros in new development projects, all located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
EuropaCity is on hold after a court decision, according to various press reports. The developers of this big project near Paris say it is not on hold.
At the beginning of the year, Austrian property specialist Supernova acquired Centar Kaptol in Zagreb, Croatia. BEHF Architects has been commissioned to comprehensively refurbish the center.
Quartier du Flon is a contemporary area of 55,000 sq m, located in the heart of Lausanne, which has developed into a vibrant shopping and entertainment area.
An ambitious plan: ECE plans to build no less than the most modern and attractive shopping center in Hungary. The opening is scheduled to take place in 2021.
Unibail-Rodamco is developing the southern Überseequartier, an integrated district of HafenCity within Hamburg.
ACROSS speaks with Marcus Wild, CEO of SES Spar European Shopping Centers, about the company's recipe for success and how Slovenia’s market leader intends to consolidate its position there.
Commerz Real and Westfield Corporation are investing around £600 million into the expansion. When completed, the shopping center will comprise approximately 241,500 sq m.
Atrium's focus is on Poland, where banning Sunday trading has been planned. CEO Liad Barzilai and COO Scott Dwyer are relaxed about this issue. And they are satisfied with their Russian portfolio.
FRANCE: The new Prado opened in Marseille – UNITED KINGDOM: Axiom shopping and entertainment development in West Yorkshire – BELGIUM: Les Bastions in Tournai opened its doors to the public. – GERMANY: Hansa Center – POLAND: Janki – AUSTRIA: Murpark – SERBIA: Stop Shop Požarevac and Vršac – UKRAINE Rive Gauche.
The warm Cypriot sun is shining brightly on the Mediterranean island’s ambitious shopping, leisure, and dining development – Nicosia Mall – which will open its doors to visitors in November of this year.
New Zealand – Sylvia Park | United Arab Emirates – Aljada | Canada – McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport
Leslie Jones Architecture in London and Urban Experts in Kiev have been appointed by international developers Immochan Ukraine to design the interior of Rive Gauche shopping and entertainment complex in Kiev. With nearly 400 shopping centers managed in 12 countries across Europe and Asia, Immochan is one of today’s leading European commercial real estate companies for shopping centers. Simon Scott, Head of International Business at Leslie Jones Architecture, reveals details about Rive Gauche’s interior design.
According to the developer, Europe’s biggest urban regeneration project is about to take shape on the area of the former Hellinikon airport – including a shopping center. Implementing this project, however, is very challenging.
2017 did not see any traditional new openings in Germany. Eight new centers are scheduled to enter the market this year, reports the EHI Retail Institute.
Benoy’s project Vadistanbul mall north of Istanbul | Galeries Lafayette Flagship Store Luxembourg | Kongahälla Shopping in Kungälv located north of Gothenburg | Belgrade Waterfront project in Serbia | ECE´s Hessen-Center in Frankfurt | The redevelopment of the Whitgift mall by the Croydon Partnership – a joint venture between Westfield and Hammerson.
Ivanhoé Cambridge announced a large-scale redevelopment project for the Montreal Eaton Centre. | Galeries Lafayette has signed the lease for a major new store in Shanghai, China in partnership with I.T. Limited, which is scheduled to open in late 2018. | The first phase of Grandscape in Dallas, Texas will open in May 2019.
New perspectives regarding conversion and development potential are opening up for inner-city retail shops and department stores.
INVESTER United Benefits is one of the most active players on the Austrian real estate market. ACROSS spoke to INVESTER co-founder Franz Alexander Kollitsch and Thomas Seikmann, managing director of the company's own center management company Ekazent, about the company's retail activities.
The Serbian capital tends to be viewed as more of an insider tip than a universally acknowledged hotspot, among expansion-minded European retailers. This is partly due to the city’s challenging retail conditions.