Pan-European real estate investment manager Redevco has made a commitment to make its entire portfolio Net Zero Carbon by 2040, an ambition encapsulated in the campaign ‘Mission 2040’. Clemens Brenninkmeijer, Head of Sustainable Business Operations at Redevco, explains what the company’s new sustainability goals entail.
The development of urban districts and neighbourhoods is an activity that SES has been intensively engaged in for a long time. SES operates approximately 30 shopping centres across six European countries and the first managed shopping street in Austria in a joint venture with Wien 3420 aspern Development AG in Vienna.
The real estate industry has never offered greater rewards for dynamic actors who have the talent to lead by example. As an experienced, international player, Sonae Sierra is dedicated to delivering solutions to meet its clients’ ambitions. Our own high standards, deployed across retail, offices, residential and mixed-use assets, add value to investors and other stakeholders.
The eighth edition of PropertyEU’s RetailWatch publication focuses upon how the physical retail sector is innovating while being squeezed by the unstoppable rise of online shopping.
The November edition of the ICSC’s publication Informed is available to view now.
In an exclusive interview with RetailWatch, Carlos González, managing director of Neinver, reveals how the outlet centre leader has built winning relationships with brands, and how it plans to face the challenges of the future.
As competition for centres increases, operators are adding more individual services to stand out from the crowd, including offers that make the shopping trip more convenient and provide a good experience.
Experience-led shopping trips are transforming the ways operators entice customers to outlet centres, with the latest digital tools enabling Neinver to understand shoppers needs even better.
SES is showing the way forward for shopping centres by creating destinations that offer a variety of activities even after closing time.
Atrium Europe Real Estate has managed the feat of both downsizing and growing at the same time, divesting itself of its smaller schemes and focusing its resources on prime assets in Warsaw and Prague. The company is reasserting its position as a leader in the CEE region’s retail market.