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Dutch Redevco commits to Net Zero Carbon portfolio by 2040

Private European retail real estate investment manager Redevco has committed to making its entire portfolio net zero carbon by 2040, aligning with the World Green Building (...)

Finance

French Apsys wins €300m 10yr Allianz senior loan to refinance Poznan mall

French shopping centre group Apsys has won a €300m 10-year senior loan from Allianz to refinance its Polish shopping centre Posnania in Poznan, taking ownership up to 100%. "The completion of this (...)

Retail

Renamed IKEA group targets €5.8bn at global Ingka Centres

The renamed IKEA global home furniture group, now Ingka Group, plans to spend €5.8bn globally over the next three years to create new Ikea-anchored meeting places (...)

Retail

Retail real estate must change to transform malls, stores into urban destinations

Retail real estate must embrace change to transform malls and stores into urban destinations offering multiple experiences with leisure, sport, food, technology, healthcare and (...)

Retail

Lithuania has cheapest Euro retail rents, Porto strongest rises, Istanbul sharpest falls

Live from MAPIC (Cannes) - In European retail, Kaunas in Lithuania offers the cheapest rents, Portugal's Porto shows the strongest rises and Istanbul the (...)

Retail

Retail investors shift focus to retail parks, outlets, high streets – BNPP RE

Live from MAPIC (Cannes) - As online shopping makes inroads into retail, investors are shifting focus to units appealing to brands adapting to new (...)

Retail

Immofinanz adds eight STOP SHOP sites for €91m to reach 80 in CEE

Live from MAPIC (Cannes) - Vienna listed Immofinanz is driving the expansion of its STOP SHOP retail park brand in central Europe, and has (...)

Housing

Grosvenor Europe rebalancing retail with expansion in housing development

Grosvenor Europe, part of the private London-based Grosvenor group, is pressing further into residential and mixed-use projects to balance out retail holdings, says CEO James Raynor. With (...)