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Project Solar is gradually picking up pace. By the end of this year 28,000 solar panels will be installed to supply green power to local tenants. To reach this ambitious target, the first successful partnerships with Auto 5, Brico, C&A, Carrefour and Krëfel have already been established. Project Solar is part of Redevco’s Mission 2040, the European real estate investment manager’s commitment to making its assets under management CO2 neutral by 2040.
Over 60 m of window facade, six m high ceilings, 1,200 sq m of retail space on three floors including a café, second-hand fashion and pop-up spaces: At Kö-Bogen II in Düsseldorf, omnichannel retailer Görtz presents its vision of future retail space–a tribute to brick-and-mortar retail.
Landsec announces the sale of two retail parks, the first divestments from its non-core retail park portfolio since the Group unveiled its new strategy for growth in October last year.
The first retail park launched by Scallier in Romania is a 6,200 sqm (GLA) project, housing an array of recognized Romanian and international brands, notwithstanding some Polish ones. The opening of another retail park is planned for later this year.
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Three retail park projects currently being developed by Acteeum turned out to be true hot topics during this year’s edition of the Shopping Center Forum. Reail-parks in Koszalin, Ostróda and Siemianowice Śląskie were well received by the participants on the first day of the fair, perfectly matching the current specificity of the shopping centers’ market.
Jysk and Pepco are the first tenants to start their operations in the Rosiorii de Vede retail park. The official opening of the project is scheduled for late September.
The recurring online event on all things retail welcomed four topnotch panelists who discussed current and future developments in the retail landscape and the necessary futuristic and innovative thinking to stay ahead.
The Czech real estate fund Trigea bought two retail parks in Moravia – Retail Park Haná in Olomouc and the shopping centre Retail Park Ostrava, expanding its existing portfolio of three properties with additional retail projects.
St James Quarter +++ Los Patios de Azahara +++ Linzerie +++ Vivo! Baia Mare +++ Koszalin Power Center +++ City Centre Coventry +++ Pedestrian zone / Tegel Quartier +++ stilwerk Rotterdam
Planeta Perm | RUSSIA +++ Laurier Québec | CANADA +++ Lulu Mall Trivandrum | INDIA +++ Mission Rock | USA
“We recognize that the traditional model for urban malls needs to evolve in the face of shifts in consumer habits, e-commerce growth, new technologies, urbanization, declining use of private transportation, and a localization of demand towards accessible services and environmental sustainability.”
Ingka Centres, part of the Ingka Group (which also includes IKEA Retail and Ingka Investments) has opened ‘Livat Changsha’, a new 130,00 sqm GLA IKEA anchored mixed-use community lifestyle development in Changsha, the capital city of Hunan Province in south central China
Balfin Group organized the first edition of Balfin Retail Forum in Tirana. The forum brought together executives and managers from SPAR, FGA, OnSolutions, Jumbo and Neptun, from Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia, to discuss consumer trends, digitalization and the future of retail. The event was moderated by Julia Goga-Cooke, trainer in entrepreneurship, innovation and interpersonal skills. Retail Vice President, Julian Mane, was also present.
With market entry in Italy, Immofinanz now operates more than 100 STOP SHOP retail parks in ten European countries. Ten Italian STOP SHOP locations with a total investment volume of roughly EUR 250 million are planned by 2024.
VIA Outlets has chosen Yardi® technology to support growth across its Pan-European portfolio.
Mitiska REIM announced the opening of Los Patios de Azahara, a new retail park development located in Córdoba, Spain.
2021 continues to be a year full of expansion, development, and transformation for the Slovak retail market with approximately 158,000 sq m of additional retail area well underway.
AG Real Estate has confirmed the diversification of its commercial offer in the heart of the shopping centres it owns and manages. Several new leisure projects, with nearly 10,000m2 floorspace in all, will be added to the retail offer already present in the malls of its portfolio, thus offering a mix that meets the new customers’ needs.