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Retail for the new age (215) listopad 2016

Editorial

Dead or alive?

A few months ago a certain person involved in the commercialisation of new retail centres told me that it was high time to consider a fresh challenge and find a new job.

Ewa Andrzejewska
Interview

Mall changes

Shopping centres have been evolving into meeting points and universal urban spaces where retail is no longer the only important function, says Rachel Lavine, the vice-chairman and member of the board of directors of mall owner, manager, operator and developer Atrium European Real Estate.

Adam Zdrodowski
Interview

Looking at the larger picture

In the next few years, shopping centre owner, manager and redeveloper Atrium Group intends to focus on large cities and the dominant assets in its CEE portfolio, investing in increasing their average asset size through extensions – according to Josip Kardun, the CEO of the company.

Adam Zdrodowski
Interview

Pumping up the volume

Extensions are more challenging than new developments, but this is where many of the opportunities in the retail property market in Poland currently lie. Scott Dwyer, the CEO of shopping centre owner, manager, operator and developer Atrium Poland Real Estate Management, tells us about the company’s investment plans for the Polish market.

Adam Zdrodowski
Interview

Trends and changes on the Polish retail market

There is no chance of a slowdown on the retail market, as we learned during an interview with Renata Kusznierska, a partner and head of the retail agency at Cushman & Wakefield in Poland. But the market will undoubtedly change. And the changes are already visible. We asked her, therefore, what shape the market will take in the near future.

Anna Pakulniewicz
Interview

Re-imagining the retail asset scene

A lack of new retail schemes in the CEE region has prompted investors to seek out other opportunities. And there are quite a lot of these, as shopping habits change. ‘Eurobuild CEE’ sat down with James Chapman, MRICS, the partner for CEE capital markets at Cushman & Wakefield, to talk about the market from the investors’ perspective.

Anna Pakulniewicz
Report

Out of the big city

An expert’s look at some of the key numbers and trends for the retail sector – and in particular at the significant growth of shopping centre space in smaller cities.

Patrycja Dzikowska
Projects

Gemini Park Tychy – a centre befitting the region

Tychy is seeing the construction of Gemini Park – a modern shopping centre that will have a significant impact on the city and its region, ideally positioned to meet the needs of local residents. It is due to open in autumn 2017.

Interview

Extension of success

The success of Nova Park in Gorzów Wielkopolski has led Futureal to take the decision to enlarge the shopping centre. We spoke to Anna Malarczyk-Arcidiacono, the managing director for Polish commercial projects at Futureal, about its plans for the city’s largest mall.

Anna Pakulniewicz
Interview

A new centre of gravity for Białołęka

Galeria Północna, which Globe Trade Centre is now developing in the Polish capital’s northern outskirts, is set to make a major contribution to the further development of this part of the city, claims Agnieszka Nowak, the director of the shopping centre.

Adam Zdrodowski
Projects

Mall wonders

Tarasy Zamkowe in Lublin, Ferio Wawer in Warsaw and Supersam in Katowice – these are the most successful retail projects completed in 2014–2015, according to the jurors of the Eurobuild Awards, organised by Eurobuild Conferences in partnership with the Association of Polish Architects.

Rafał Ostrowski
Projects

Autumn debuts

Developers are in a hurry to join in the Christmas shopping rush. While only three projects were opened and five extended in H1 this year, new retail space of almost 300,000 sqm in 22 new and extended centres is expected to be delivered in H2.

Ewa Andrzejewska
Law

Polish Retail tax hits EU brick wall

After the European Commission demanded the suspension of Poland’s tax on the retail sector, the country’s largest retailers breathed out a sigh of relief. The tax seems likely to perish, following the fate of its Hungarian counterpart, or to evolve into something that is less burdensome.

Rafał Ostrowski
Law

Właścicielu, uważaj na to co robi twój najemca

Naruszenie praw własności intelektualnej przez podmioty prowadzące działalność handlową, polegające na sprzedaży podróbek, stanowi ogromny problem dla renomowanych marek na całym świecie.

Agnieszka Kocon

Wydania

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