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The modern mall has changed beyond all recognition – and necessarily so. Physical malls increasingly reflect the evolving needs of consumers and the accelerating pace of contemporary life. What was fast has become faster. At every turn, technology plays a role. The retail industry has unlocked online sales channels, which complement a brick-and-mortar approach, rather than simply competing with physical stores.
In the face of considerable changes in the retail market and changing consumer purchasing patterns, ECE had to think beyond traditional retail practices. Katrin von Soosten is chasing and finding innovative ideas and non-traditional concepts.
In every article that I read, in every discussion that I have, and in every forum that I attend, everyone continuously repeats that the times of those traditional concrete boxes full of standardized shops are over.
Freo Financial & Real Estate Operations Gmbh, a pan-European investment manager and developer, is the company behind the “Mall of Switzerland” near Lucerne, with a total area of 65,000 sq m.
It’s cooler here than in the square and the square has been left quiet by August, as the beach has become the destination. I confess, it’s the shade that brought me in.
Innovation is a “buzzword”—and buzzes around theleisureway’s studio like a bee in a car.
intu has opened the new leisure destination at the heart of Derby city centre, introducing two new brands to the east midlands region for the first time.
I’m with my theleisureway colleagues, Pablo and Carlos, in a place in the old center of Zaragoza. It’s a tapas bar, I confess, but I might justify it by saying that it would tick a lot of boxes as one of Ray Oldenburg’s “Great Good Places.”
We know that as consumer habits in the UK and beyond evolve, our customers no longer see leisure, shopping and dining as completely distinct activities. And they’ll also not think twice about switching back and forth between online and offline channels to explore, share ideas or buy.
In an interview with ACROSS, Gastón Gaitán, Manager and Director of theleisureway, explains why leisure is a branding instrument—the identity of the whole shopping center is at stake.
Meeting point, family experience, lifestyle center, wow, more than shopping, dynamism, part of the community. Words, words, words… Believe it or not, all of them talk about leisure, but need to be organized and planned accordingly. How? Let’s discover together.
With a case study conducted in Spain, theleisureway shows how a shopping center can become “ideal meeting point”
theleisureway is a Spanish company dedicated to the creation of leisure experiences that are unique, innovative, tailor-made for shopping centers, and have the sole mission of satisfying customers to make sure they come back.
“In today’s world, consumers expect quick and effortless service, and parking needs to reflect those changes”
Coniq’s total customer engagement platform will power Mall of Qatar’s strategy to deliver unique retail experiences for millions of shoppers.
St James Quarter, the £1bn retail-led lifestyle district in Edinburgh, which launched its first phase in the summer, has added British fashion brand REISS to its line-up.
A number of shopping centers have opened their doors in Belgrade over the past few years. In June 2020, BEO, for which MPC Properties is responsible, opened its doors. Development, Technical Operations, and Innovations Director Jovana Cvetković looks back on a time of particular turbulence – not solely due to reasons relating to the pandemic.
The grand opening of one of the largest retail properties in Russia–Grozny Mall Shopping and Leisure Center (GLA=54,670 sq m), lying in the heart of the Chechen Republic's capital city on V. Putin Avenue–has taken place.