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British Land has signed three food and drink brands at Paddington Central. HUCKSTER, a brand new dining concept for London, has agreed a 15 year lease for a 4,700 sq ft bar and restaurant at 4 Kingdom Street, Lords of Poké has agreed a 10 year lease for 840 sq ft and Coco di Mama has signed a 10 year lease for 1,100 sq ft.
The powerful and rigorously realized concept of ALEJA shopping center in the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, which was integrally designed with BIM by ATP, has created the perfect platform for around 80 shops.
Chapman Taylor believes that UK town and city centres must adapt so that they can, once again, become the ideal venue for living, working, shopping and socialising.
FitForCommerce, a specialized omnichannel and digital consultancy, announces the appointment of Rupert Wood to the FitForCommerce Malls & Meeting Places practice as an Executive Advisor.
Plans have been unveiled ahead of the reopening of London Designer Outlet, the capital’s leading fashion and lifestyle outlet centre, and wider retail at Wembley Park, one of the largest and most all-embracing urban development’s currently underway in Europe. Retail will start to open from Monday 15 June, in keeping with the Government’s lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Restaurants and Cinema will follow Government advice and plan to open as soon as possible.
Over 85% of Hammerson portfolio to be open by the middle of this month.
In Feldkirchen near Graz, everything revolves around shoes with the highest wearing comfort for young and old on 1,200 square metres since mid-April. legero united opens the "shoemakers outlet" and unites its four brands legero, superfit, VIOS and Think! under one new roof.
Paris Real Estate Week (14 to 17 September) unveils its initial programme comprising debates, conferences, Awards and an exhibition area that will address key topics in property, city agendas, and innovation.
The Covid-19 pandemic will cause lasting change in the way that we live, work, play, and particularly in the way we shop.
The experience economy has driven changes across all economic sectors in recent years, and retail has experienced some of the most radical, yet interesting ones, opening new paths for business by interacting with other industries such as travel. Shopping tourism is showing its power as a business driver and, at the same time, it is pushing a deep transformation of the industry that will guarantee growth and development in the short and long run.
ECE is working with start-ups to help make properties smarter as part of the “Smart Buildings Challenge” which the company is carrying out together with its partners Bosch, Microsoft, TÜV Süd, and Deka Immobilien.
umdasch The Store Makers are presenting new perspectives for the retail sector of the future on a fair stand extending over 900 square metres at the EuroShop in Düsseldorf from 16–20 February 2020. In an integral tour of all sectors of retailing visitors can experience multimedia ideas, unusual materials and countless opportunities for profitable measures at the point of sale.
Latest traders include celebrity chef, Miguel Barclay’s first bricks and mortar site for a New York style pizza concept; seasonally and sustainably-focused concept restaurant Wildflower; and technology-driven coffee house, Glass Coffee.
HyperIn helps tenants report their sales automatically, emphasizes CEO Markus Porvari. The figures are combined with consumer analytics from mall websites, social media, and mobile loyalty applications, then enriched by leasing contract information. This comprises fundamental data that center management needs to understand in order to increase sales.
Time to start over: The German Council of Shopping Places (GCSC) kicked off the new year in an unusual way with REBOOT in Berlin, an event that included many refreshing innovations as well as interesting talks and workshops. Approximately 400 participants came to the legendary KOSMOS for this occasion.
Novus’s branding is recognisable to customers in Ukraine from afar. The supermarket chain’s corporate colour is bright green – and with good reason.