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Denim brand G-Star RAW has agreed terms with shopping centre owner intu to open its latest store at intu Metrocentre as part of the retailer’s plan to expand across the UK by opening further stores.
Given the current skepticism prevailing among the international real estate investment community, particularly regarding the retail real estate segment, it is important to try to identify its underlying reasons, separating the thoughtful ones from the more provocative ones.
Germany: The desire for more flexible lease terms is an important issue for retailers. In a survey conducted by MEC METRO-ECE Centermanagement among retail companies in the specialist store segment, almost 80% of those surveyed stated that they aim at lease terms of five to ten years in the future, preferably with an extension option.
United Kingdom: Coinciding with Bullring’s 15th birthday, Hammerson has released research findings which highlight the significant positive impact the Bullring Estate has on the city of Birmingham, including attracting more than £362m of indirect investment to the local economy every year.
Qrf City Retail, the specialist in inner-city retail properties in the major cities of Belgium and the Netherlands, has concluded an agreement, under the usual conditions precedent, for the sale of four retail premises: two located out-of-town in Marche-en-Famenne (8 Rue du Parc Industriel) and two inner-city properties located in Mons (5 Grand Rue) and Ostend (36 Adolf Buylstraat).
New corporate group presents plans for the German market for the first time
Recruitments, promotions and appointments in the European Retail Real Estate Industry.
The asset manager Swiss Life Asset Managers reports positive results for its real estate business in the first half of 2018.
The Cadillac Fairview Corporation owns, operates and develops one of the most prestigious and important commercial building portfolios in North America. MK Illumination helped them fill 18 of their shopping centers with holiday cheer.
Redevco aims to make urban centers more interesting places in which people like to live, work, and shop.
SORAVIA opened the state-of-the-art retail park Liptovský Mikuláš on September 29, 2018. The park is the first of its kind in the eponymous city in central Slovakia to offer international fashion brands on 9,000 sq m.
The newest outlet of Decathlon, the biggest sports retailer in the world, will open its doors in The Wall Utrecht at the end of 2018. The 14th Dutch retail outlet of the giant global retailer, originally based in France, will be spread out over 4 600 sqm in the striking red shopping & experience centre in the eye-catching location alongside the A2 motorway.
Concarus Real Estate Invest GmbH (Berlin), part of the May & Porth Group (Lüneburg/Itzehoe), has bought the Bahnhofs-Center shopping-center in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
The brick-and-mortar store "retail apocalypse" has been abandoned, as numerous international studies clearly show. Online retailing is and remains a peripheral phenomenon in terms of current sales figures.
Swedish fashion retailer Monki is to launch its latest store at intu Eldon Square in Newcastle. The new store will involve a concept fit-out from Monki, bringing the brand’s own unique aesthetic to the centre.
German financers, operators and investors in retail properties are optimistic about the future in a dynamically changing segment, despite challenging conditions. This was the conclusion of the expert discussion “upheaval in the retail sector – prospects for retail properties”, which was held on September 18, 2018 at HSH Nordbank in Hamburg.
Places where people belong: modern destinations that celebrate cultural legacies.
Futureal Group concluded a loan contract of EUR 150 million with a consortium led by UniCredit acting as Bookrunner and Facility Agent. UniCredit and Erste Group will finance Buda's biggest shopping centre with equal parts, marking one of the largest shopping centre-related financings in Hungary over the past ten years.
TH Real Estate, on behalf of Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate (Warburg-HIH Invest), just sold a retail property with a gross lettable area of 5,860 sq m in the Italian city of Bologna on behalf of its “Pan-Europa Fonds Nr. 3” investment fund.
The new Union Investment index analyzes the attractiveness of the top 17 markets.