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Location marketing becomes increasingly important. This is the way to sustainably boost a shopping center’s frequency and revenue.
AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners have announced the international debut of Australian F&B brand Butcher and the Farmer at The O2, signing a farm-to-table concept focused on shared dining.
Three upcoming and independent London brands - Koi Ramen, The Tap In and Dima Beautiful - have signed leases for space within the heart of the Elephant Park development emerging in south London.
The growing importance of entertainment, food, digitization and services gives new impulses for existing and new outlet centers.
The Liberty Romford in London has secured planning permission for a 2,600 sq m two-tier Food Hall as well as modernizing the center’s exterior façade along Western Road.
Towarowa 22 is a plot of about 6.5 hectares located in the Wola district in Warsaw (Poland). The owners are EPP and Echo Investment. Hadley Dean, CEO of EPP, explains the project’s retail component.
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
Food courts are taking over German shopping centres. Having originated in the US and the UK, the trend has now arrived in Germany. A comprehensive range of restaurants and cafés is seen as an antidote to booming online retail in sectors such as clothing, shoes and electronic goods.
Following the recent opening of ICON Outlet, a 210,000 sq ft premium urban outlet development by AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners, The O2 has announced a new wave of restaurants set to open shortly, cementing its position as the best destination for world-class retail, dining and entertainment.
A taste of Asia is coming to Basingstoke’s Festival Place with the arrival of not one, but two new f&b operators expanding the wide menu of dining choices at the region’s leading retail and leisure destination. Independent Japanese restaurant The Sushi Maki and Kokoro, offering a palatable menu of East Asian dishes, have both signed up to open at the 1.1 million sq ft shopping centre.
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.
For the first time in five years, Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay has replaced New York’s Upper 5th Avenue as the world’s most expensive retail street by rental value, according to data from Cushman & Wakefield.
NEINVER, the leading outlet operator in Poland and Spain and a market leader in Europe, announced it has taken over the management of Silesia Outlet located in Silesia, Poland. The outlet centre currently being developed is scheduled to open this spring in the city of Gliwice. The investor of the facility is 6B47, one of the leading developers in the German speaking countries. NEINVER will be responsible for management, marketing and leasing.
McArthurGlen, Europe's leading owner, developer and manager of designer outlets, is investing €1 billion in new centres and expansions to cater to growing demand from shoppers and tourists seeking the finest retail experiences and great value for money.
TconcepT was founded in The Hague five years ago and is already active in 15 countries, as General Manager Frank van Dongen reports.
F&C Commercial Property Trust Limited, which is managed by BMO Real Estate Partners, part of Canada’s BMO Financial Group’s Global Asset Management business, announces that it has agreed two new restaurant lettings with Caprice Holdings Ltd and Homeslice at its St Christopher’s Place central London estate, adding to a flurry of leasing activity across the West End asset over the past year.
“Oslo S Utvikling is currently undertaking a vast development in Bjørvika, a previously neglected part of the downtown area, adjacent to the Central Station.”
The acquisition of Brussels’ newest urban shopping centre, Docks Bruxsel, has been announced by retail property specialist, Portus Retail, and its investment partner, the Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo), on behalf of certain of its clients.
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.
PGGM Private Real Estate and Redevco, one of Europe’s leading retail real estate investment managers have launched Urban Retail Ventures, a €550 million European commercial real estate joint venture. Urban Retail Ventures will invest in the most favourable shopping and leisure destinations in Europe, focusing on cities that are winning the battle as quality retail locations.