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Reify.’s architecture studio has been chosen to provide concept design and architecture services for the urban redevelopment of Porte di Mestre Shopping Center. The project will be concluded in the first half of 2023 and focus on the revamping of the main facade and a redesign of the interior.

Northern Ireland-based Lynas Food Outlet will open its doors in late Autumn, with works due to start middle of May 2022 to restructure part of the mall to facilitate the large 790 sq m store.

Hines has secured Nike at ‘The Trinity Quarter’ in Copenhagen, marking the brand’s first new store opening in Denmark since the global pandemic.

According to MAPIC Director Francesco Pupillo: During times of transformation, we have to guide people in a better and more intensive way. Therefore, he wants to increase the value enjoyed by the attendees of this year’s MAPIC by, among other things, connecting them via special events and focusing more attention on new and innovative retail models.

First the coronavirus, then the war in Ukraine: Rising inflation and supply chain issues are causing panic, leading to consumers to buy again. Professor Stephan Rüschen speaks with ACROSS about justified fears, current supply shortages, and why transparency is the order of the day for all retailers.

Alpes The Style Outlets will be NEINVER’s second outlet center in France and marks the company’s 17th outlet centre across 6 European countries. The scheme boasts an exceptional location near the Swiss border. Brands such as Adidas, Guess and Levi’s have already confirmed their presence.

Consumer behaviors and the business environment are changing fast under the global circumstances. Therefore, it is critical for real estate development companies to keep a pulse on both. The consumer is today at the heart of business more than ever before, say Jovana Cvetković and Nemanja Bućinac from MPC Properties.

Over 80% of the redevelopment of Atrium Promenada in Warsaw is now pre-leased. Upon completion, the refurbished flagship will house over 150 retail and service units in the latest concepts. The completion of the renovation is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2023.

The 24th Retail Symposium showed that – despite the turbulent times – the Austrian retail and retail property sector is by no means pessimistic about the future. The industry rather works on new concepts and possibilities to tackle new challenges with determination.

Lakeside, owned by property company SGS, announces M&S has signed to open a new store at the center, due to launch in Spring 2023.

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