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The Bullring Estate, Birmingham’s iconic shopping destination that comprises the Bullring, Grand Central and Link Street, has been selected by Selfridges to debut its second Shoe Galleries concept.
Effective retail places use leisure, technology, and planning to lure shoppers, who now want shopping to be both functional and social.
According to Stephan Austrup, Head of Retail in Germany at TH Real Estate, omni-channeling and digitalization are key drivers of change. In all acquisitions and in business plans for existing portfolios, he therefore considers the impact of this change on retail formats, retailers’ required floor plans, and whether the property provides the necessary layout flexibility.
Physical events MAPIC and LeisurUp cancelled.
Further solidifying its position as the capital’s leading premium fashion and lifestyle outlet centre, London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park has signed further top brands, in deals that were mostly negotiated during the coronavirus lockdown. Police, in its first store in London, and NICCE, in its first stand-alone store, are amongst the top names set to join the line-up at the outlet centre in Wembley Park which has seen strong trading figures since the post-lockdown reopening in June.
The O2, the world’s most popular music, leisure and retail venue has announced the signing of global sports and entertainment company, TOCA Social, for a 30,000 sq ft site which will host the world’s first interactive football and entertainment venue.
SIGNA will also begin to use communication formats on various channels and levels to provide information about the project, e.g. on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram under the identity “NOT WITHOUT YOU”, on a newly designed homepage at and with various events and activities.
As an emergency measure, Immofinanz has deferred lease payments for April of retailers affected by the shutdown and postponed them until September, according to COO Dietmar Reindl.
“How an old fable about the importance of unity can help center landlords and tenants thrive in the face of the coronavirus crisis.”
The decision of the authorities to temporarily suspend the purchase of goods considered non-essential from the shopping centers affects more than 9,000 stores and each day when they are closed equals with between 15 and 20 million euros lost from unearned income, according to an analysis made by the real estate consulting company Cushman & Wakefield Echinox.
ECE is acquiring a portfolio with more than 2,000 units.
The industry’s magic word that is supposed to upgrade locations and make them future-proof.
Tommy Hilfiger, one of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands, has chosen London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park, the capital’s original outlet centre, as the place to be for its first dedicated childrenswear outlet in the UK.
Time to start over: The German Council of Shopping Places (GCSC) kicked off the new year in an unusual way with REBOOT in Berlin, an event that included many refreshing innovations as well as interesting talks and workshops. Approximately 400 participants came to the legendary KOSMOS for this occasion.
October 17, 2019 marked the opening of YIT’s major project, which is comprised of Mall of Tripla +++ Commercial center Promenada Sibiu, owned by investment fund Nepi Rockcastle, opened its doors on November 14, 2019 +++ On November 28, 2019, Klépierre inaugurated the extension of Créteil Soleil in Créteil in the Ile-de-France region +++ Hamburg’s redos Group and Münster’s project developer HLG recently submitted their first building application for the revitalization of the Rhein-Ruhr Zentrum (RRZ) in Mühlheim an der Ruhr +++ At the end of October 2019, Immobiliare Grande Distribuzione SIIQ S.p.A. (IGD) opened a restyled mall in the Casilino in Rome
The retail real estate industry is looking toward 2020 with cautious optimism. Uncertainties remain, however.
“Retail schemes must offer all alternatives, pedestrian paths, bicycle lanes and shelters, bus stops, metro stations, if applicable, and taxis (booths). Barriers and fences should be removed.”
£1 billion of development projects set to transform Swansea city centre.