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Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna at EUROPARK.
The 25-million project “Linzerie” was recently opened in Linz’s city center after two years of reconstruction, commissioned by Sparkasse OÖ and in cooperation with Plötzl Plötzl Arch+Ing, Nopp Innenarchitektur GmbH, and the Berlin-based dan pearlman Group and their creative agency “spring”.
Kaari Shopping Center is, with its ~50,000 sqm, the sixth largest shopping center in Helsinki Metropolitan Area. With a combined area of ~5,000 sqm, the new tenants are retail company Tokmanni and JYSK as well as Gigantti (Elgiganten), the leading Nordic chain offering home electronics and appliances. The center also hosts Prisma Kaari, the largest hypermarket and grocery store in Finland, currently doing a concept renewal to further improve its offering and customer experience.
At the end of May, the global technology provider Huawei opened its first store in a German shopping center at Centro in Oberhausen. Nationwide it is Huawei‘s second store with direct sales besides the one in Berlin.
ALEJA Ljubljana named a Finalist for International Shopping Center Award.
The shopping area of Eperia in Prešov is increasing by a whopping 50% with 25 new shops, new restaurants, and a multiplex cinema.
Quick & straightforward: SES makes use of rapid tests at shopping centers and cooperates with pharmacies and a local hospital.
BEO Shopping Center has won two prestigious International Property Awards in the “Best Retail Architecture” and “Best Retail Interior” categories. Center is located on the corner of Vojislava Ilica and Mis Irbijeve streets, covers an area of over 130,000 sqm and its offer comprises of more than 110 global and regional brands.
“Our target for our respective clients is to deliver 10% of all sales at the shopping center through the digital marketplace within three years.”
“Placemaking is a process. It is a means to an end: The creation of quality places.”
The Mumuso fashion brand, present in over 3500 stores in 30 countries, opens the forth mono-brand store in Romania in the ParkLake shopping center in Bucharest, owned by Sonna Sierra, a transaction intermediated by the real estate consulting company Cushman & Wakefield Echinox.
“High streets and shopping centers will need to focus less on filling space with stock, and more on reutilizing that space for wider social and cultural needs, as well as for showrooming, fulfilment, back-of-house functions, and last-mile delivery.”
How can Covid-19 influence the transformation of tenant structures in shopping centers? Can up-to-date data be the key in the decision-making process for the retail professionals?
Wereldhave sells shopping center Emiclaer in Amersfoort and Les Passages in Bordeaux.
ECE recently opened the Cano shopping center that it has developed and realized in the city of Singen in Southern Germany after roughly two and a half years’ construction.
European urban real estate investment manager Redevco finished the large-scale renovation of Parque Corredor in Madrid. The construction works, which started a year ago, have been completed ahead of schedule despite the extensive measures issued by the Spanish government in response to COVID-19. More than 300 workers continued building works in shifts during the so-called lockdown period, after assuring the implementation of a very strict Health & Safety protocol.
Mid-November 2020, the sneaker and streetwear retailer Snipes expanded its existing flagship store at Die Mitte at Berlin Alexanderplatz to a total of almost 300 sq m. In the increased rental space Snipes and its strategic partner Nike have implemented an exclusive concept that is unique in Germany.
A new, important addition enriches the already vast offer of the ESP Shopping Center in Ravenna.
ECE is continuing to push the expansion of its shopping centers into omnichannel platforms and is underpinning these efforts with a new strategic partnership with Google.