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FRANCE: The new Prado opened in Marseille – UNITED KINGDOM: Axiom shopping and entertainment development in West Yorkshire – BELGIUM: Les Bastions in Tournai opened its doors to the public. – GERMANY: Hansa Center – POLAND: Janki – AUSTRIA: Murpark – SERBIA: Stop Shop Požarevac and Vršac – UKRAINE Rive Gauche.
New Zealand – Sylvia Park | United Arab Emirates – Aljada | Canada – McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport
Benoy’s project Vadistanbul mall north of Istanbul | Galeries Lafayette Flagship Store Luxembourg | Kongahälla Shopping in Kungälv located north of Gothenburg | Belgrade Waterfront project in Serbia | ECE´s Hessen-Center in Frankfurt | The redevelopment of the Whitgift mall by the Croydon Partnership – a joint venture between Westfield and Hammerson.
Ivanhoé Cambridge announced a large-scale redevelopment project for the Montreal Eaton Centre. | Galeries Lafayette has signed the lease for a major new store in Shanghai, China in partnership with I.T. Limited, which is scheduled to open in late 2018. | The first phase of Grandscape in Dallas, Texas will open in May 2019.
Bispevika in Norway, Eperia in Slovakia, Loom and Wilmersdorfer Arcaden in Germany, Vialia and Palmas Altas in Spain, CityLife Shopping District in Italy, Meadowhall in the United Kingdom.
Jardín Plaza Cúcuta shopping center, carried out by Sonae Sierra and the Colombian company Central Control, and The Shops at Clearfork, a 46,400-sq-m, open-air luxury shopping, dining, entertainment, and mixed-use destination situated in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, USA.
Multi Netherlands has started work on the major city-center project, Bracknell’s regenerated town center has recently opened for business, Atrium Poland Real Estate Management is extending another of its Warsaw facilities, Pro Kapital Grupp is continuing its work on bringing the T1 Mall in Tallinn to fruition, The Dorotheen Quartier (DOQU) in Stuttgart, Germany opened its doors on May 30, Delta Real Estate has finalized its acquisition of a shopping mall in Varna, Bulgaria, City Center Amstetten (CCA) in Lower Austria recently celebrated its opening, and GTC’s Galeria Północna in Białołęka in Warsaw officially opened on September 14.
Germany, Erlangen Arcaden | Bosnia Herzegovina, Delta Planet | Italy, ESP | Poland, Galeria Emka | Sweden, Kulan | Finland, Niity | Germany, Rhein-Galerie Ludwigshafen | United Kingdom, Rushden Lakes
Sur Yapı Marka in Turkey, Doha Festival City in Qatar, Midland Gate and 80 Collins in Australia
Eperia, Slovakia | Meadowhall, United Kingdom | Shopping Center on Kashirskoye Highway, Russia | Hoog Catharijne, Netherlands | Überseequartier, Germany | Tunsgate Quarter, United Kingdom | Kaufpark Eiche, Germany | Agora Budapest, Hungary
Lotte World Tower, Seoul, South Korea; Mall of Qatar, Qatar; Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN, USA; BHV Marais, United Arab Emirates.
According to Bożena Gierszewska-Mroziewicz, Head of Neinver Poland, outlet centers are moving forward to offer a complete experience that responds to growing expectations.
FRANCE Créteil Soleil | GERMANY Löhr-Center and PEP | ITALY Adigeo | POLAND Forum Gdańsk and Janki | RUSSIA Riviera | SERBIA Ada Mall | UNITED KINGDOM Eden Walk and The Glass Works
According to Marcin Materny, member of the management board and managing director of the retail department at Echo Investment, there is no potential for traditional shopping centers in Poland. The reason is that the time has come for focusing on spectacular projects like the company’s “Towarowa 22.”
Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong | Outlet Collection Winnipeg, Canada | Rize Shopping Center, Turkey | Miami Worldcenter, USA
Hines has secured leading international fashion retailer Primark as the anchor tenant for its mixed-use development in Berlin.
Designed by Chapman Taylor’s Madrid studio, Mall of Qatar has officially opened its doors to the public after its soft opening on December 10, 2016.
How storytelling and an integrated architectural, interior, and brand design process can make the difference.
Tamdeen Group recently reported it had rented out 70% of the space in the 260 planned stores of the new Al Kout Mall.