CURRENT PROJECTS, TRENDS AND STRATEGIES OF DEVELOPERS
Recently, the Outlet Moscow was officially opened by Hines in the Russian capital.
Daniel Losantos has been the CEO of NEINVER for roughly five years. In an interview with ACROSS, he discusses the events of the last few months, the expected market consolidation, and the advancements of Amsterdam The Style Outlets.
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.
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.
Europe's largest mixed-use project to date is due to be built in the Romanian capital. An investment in the amount of 2.87 billion euros has been made.
The urban entertainment center, which features an integrated outlet village, will be the first of its kind in Europe. ROS Outlet Shopping will be responsible for its management.
In mid-June, the Supernova Group opened its 15th retail property development in Požega, Croatia: The Supernova Požega retail park introduces famous brands to the city of the same name in Slavonia, in the east of the country.
Retail, from purpose-built shopping centers through to traditional high streets, has been facing long-term challenges, even before Covid-19. And the shift from single to multiple format offers, or mixed-use, is becoming firmly established.
Has the decline in high street shopping brought about a new opportunity for flexible workspace operators to move into town centers and change the way we all work?
Shopping centers have been grappling with dwindling visitor numbers due to their online competition since before the coronavirus crisis. Now, many malls are facing an almost yawning emptiness. To ensure their survival, these shopping hotspots have to strike out in a new direction even faster than originally anticipated.
The shopping resort in Saint-Etienne with its about 70 shops and restaurant cannot open as planned due to the ongoing crisis.
New SES shopping center - on May 8, 2020 the brand-new shopping mall in Slovenia ALEJA opened its doors.
Construction of the first shopping and entertainment gallery in Żory - Galeria Wiślanka is underway. Construction works are carried out in accordance with the investment schedule. Activities related to the building's raw state have been completed. Currently, installation and finishing works are in progress inside the building. Soon it is planned to hand over the first premises to tenants. The opening of the Gallery is planned for the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2020.
When it reopens in spring 2022, the shopping centre Lippulaiva will offer much more than just shopping. The shopping centre will house a wide range of private and public services. One of the most significant public services will be the new Espoonlahti regional library.
The new opening date of the mall in Belgrade with its 43,000 sq m of GLA will be announced as soon as possible, according to Atterbury Europe.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic AFI Europe, the largest shopping center project to be delivered this year in Romania will not be opened as planned.
Crompton Place shopping center in Bolton, Greater Manchester, is due to become “Bolton Victoria Square”. Chapman Taylor has been tasked with the architectural design of the regeneration masterplan.
In an interview with ACROSS, Dietmar Reindl, COO of IMMOFINANZ, talks about the Group’s retail property portfolio, why a uniform brand strategy is worth pursuing, and the criteria used to select new locations.
The Eurovea 2 project has recently received the green light for the construction of the Eurovea expansion, Eurovea Tower – the first skyscraper in Slovakia, Riverside Residence, the Pribinova X and Pribinova Y administrative buildings, as well as an underground parking garage. The mall expansion is scheduled to open later this year.
It will be managed by ROS Retail Outlet Shopping.