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The pandemic might be a topic causing fatigue for some, but the fluctuations and changes in the market are exciting to experience and full of positive developments. How have we survived this ever-changing world? What has changed, what can we learn? Let’s look at the fast and exciting flow of 2021 in this overview of the Turkish retail real estate market.

The ACROSS Advisory Board has its say. On February 25, the ACROSS Retail Talk on “Outlook 2021” took place. 16 members of the ACROSS Advisory Board discussed the expectations and perspectives of the placemaking industry in an exciting year. A large, prominent expert audience followed the online event.

Retail parks have been the best performing and most resilient retail format in Belgium prior to and throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, resulting in a slight compression in yields by 25bps since the beginning of the year according to new research by CBRE commissioned by Mitiska REIM.

The first Europe-wide lockdown in spring 2020 sent retail markets from Scandinavia to the Iberian peninsula into an unprecedented state of collective shock. This was reflected in the European retail industry barometer, the Global Retail Attractiveness Index (GRAI), which plummeted to a historic low of 89 points in the second quarter.

Asset Management Directors Diederik Bakker and Harold van Riel and their asset management teams work closely together at Multi Corporation. This major pan-European retail service platform manages and redevelops retail properties across 14 countries in Europe and Turkey. How do they maintain sustainable asset value in a health crisis such as the current Covid-19 pandemic?

Union Investment’s Global Retail Attractiveness Index measures the attractiveness of retail markets across a total of 20 countries in Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific region. GRAI was developed by Union Investment, GfK and Across.

Retail parks were long considered a necessary evil. However, their image changed drastically as they defy online retail due to their function as local suppliers. They now have the full support of customers, tenants, and investors.

JSE listed EPP, Poland’s biggest retail landlord, today released interim results for the six months ended June 2019 with distributable income earnings up 9% and distributions of EUR 5.8 cents per share, in line with market guidance. Importantly, the company reduced its loan-to-value ratio by 2.1% during the period to 49.8%.