Hatric retail park, Hartberg, Austria. Credit: Union Investment
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Union Investment Special: Retail Parks

Hidden Stars: Why retail parks become increasingly popular among investors, developers, and customers.

Henrike Waldburg is Head of Investment Management Retail at Union Investment. Roman Müller is Investment Manager Retail at Union Investment. Credit: Across

“WE SEE OURSELVES AS AN ACTIVE ASSET MANAGER”

Union Investment currently counts 13 retail parks in its portfolio. Henrike Waldburg, Head of Investment Management Retail, and Roman Müller, Investment Manager Retail, explain how they manage their performance.


F.l.t.r.: Angelus Bernreuther (Kaufland), Stefan Rutter (Rutter Immobiliengruppe), Günther Helm (CEO Müller), Henrike Waldburg (Union Investment), Hannes Lindner (Standort+Markt), and Reinhard Winiwarter (ACROSS). Credit: Across

WHERE ARE RETAIL PARKS HEADING?

At the beginning of October, Union Investment and ACROSS invited leading industry experts to Hamburg to discuss the present as well as the future of retail parks. The following is a brief review.


Hatric retail park, Hartberg, Austria. Credit: Union Investment

RETAIL PARKS IN GERMANY AND AUSTRIA

Selected projects from the portfolio of Union Investment.

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“We see ourselves as an active asset manager”

Union Investment currently counts 13 retail parks in its portfolio. Henrike Waldburg, Head of Investment Management Retail, and Roman Müller, Investment Manager Retail, explain how they manage their performance.

Retail Parks in Germany and Austria

Selected projects from the portfolio of Union Investment.

Where Are Retail Parks Heading?

At the beginning of October, Union Investment and ACROSS invited leading industry experts to Hamburg to discuss the present as well as the future of retail parks. The following is a brief review.

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Mitiska REIM Forms Joint Venture with Karuzela Holding

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Sierra Balmain Joint Venture | Servicing 15 Retail Properties in 15 Polish Cities

Sonae Sierra has acquired a 50% stake in Balmain Asset Management Group’s Central European platform. Balmain has operated for over 15 years in Poland.