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The Netherlands and most other European countries are forecast to be pushed into recession this year by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
SAFE Shopping Centers have issued the guide “COVID 19 and Considerations for Shopping Centers and Retail Spaces” to support the industry (FREE DOWNLOAD). It is designed to give guidance on preparations and consideration for the Covid-19 outbreak, covering essential functions and hands-on tips for mall operations.
That certainly applies to EuroShop, the retail trade fair that took place in Düsseldorf, Germany from February 16 to 20. It was the perfect place for the EHI Retail Institute and Messe Düsseldorf to present the EuroShop RetailDesign Awards (ERDA) 2020.
The first two panels last year were very successful. There are four “ACROSS Retail Talks” planned for this year. The first one will be with Marcus Wild on May 27 in Vienna.
Klépierre was delighted to hold its 5th French edition of its Retailer Day at Saint-Lazare, a flagship asset of the portfolio. Over 200 retailers came to discuss with Klépierre teams and learn more about ongoing development projects.
Due to the industry’s serious changes we decided to substantially expand the scope of our reporting: more retail, more leisure, more gastronomy, and more mixed-use.
Lifestyle Outlets has announced UK independent fragrance retailer The Fragrance Shop is opening a store at The Lowry Outlet, the waterfront outlet centre at the heart of Manchester’s MediaCityUK.
“If we take a look at the commercial density figures, we find that Spain is below the European average – and even more so in relation to countries such as the USA, where the density is six times higher and the shopping center model is very different from the one in Spain.”
Nivy Station is transforming Bratislava’s gateway into a stunning destination, emphasizes René Popik, CEO of HB Reavis Slovakia, in an interview with ACROSS.
“Recent research carried out by Leisure Development Partners, in cooperation with Mapic, has shown that introducing a leisure concept into a retail space increases its footfall by up to 4 percent and the retail spend by up to 16 percent.”
The 67,000 sq m next generation retail centre will have a focus on place, experience and convenience.
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.
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
When considering the future of retail, it often seems that there will only be one relevant market place: the Internet. Will online retailers really replace stationary retailers? Let’s take a look at current developments, with physical retailers who have focused on growing their businesses online now shifting back to growing their stationary presence. One might ask why. The reason is very simple: retailers, particularly those in the fashion industry, need to satisfy their customers’ demand for experience as well as convenience and choice, and that can best be delivered in a physical space. By Katharina von Schacky
In order to survive, shopping centers are beginning to adapt retail, housing cultural, educational, and leisure facilities all under one roof. Since 80% of those visiting malls are Millennials or Gen Z, leisure is a hot topic within retail development.
Real estate investors both in and out of Germany rely on specialist retailers and specialist retail parks: They offer constant pulling power, stable revenues, and solid customer footfall – all of which require clearly positioned product and sector concepts, which signal to investors that their investment is both solid and sustainable.
People say that predictions are hard, especially when they have to be made about the future. Be that as it may, ACROSS asked leading industry-players what to expect from the coming twelve months.
McArthurGlen celebrates the 20th anniversary of its outlet center in Parndorf, Burgenland (Austria). Generally, the company focuses on a comprehensive entertainment experience.
Events and attractions in Wembley Park boosted revenue and footfall across the Easter school holiday period at the London Designer Outlet (LDO).
Effective retail places use leisure, technology, and planning to lure shoppers, who now want shopping to be both functional and social.