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Retail Property Data and Market Reports

Data, infographics and market reports for retail property.

Weardale House HMRC

Central Newcastle office take-up closes in on out-of-town levels

13 January 2017

For the first time in recent years, take-up of office space in Newcastle city centre almost equalled take-up on out-of-town developments, according to a consortium of North East-based chartered surveyors.

Out of town retail

Brighton best spot for out-of-town retail development

12 January 2017

Brighton offers the greatest potential in the UK for new out-of-town (OOT) retail development, research from Savills has revealed.

Quaterly high street deals top

High-street investors shrug off Brexit gloom

17 November 2016

The high street is the only retail sector to post an increase in investment volumes in the third quarter of the year, as shoppers shrugged off concerns over the impact of the Brexit vote on the economy.

Apple Store Cube, Fifth Avenue, New York

New York’s 5th Av remains world’s most expensive retail street

16 November 2016

New York’s Upper 5th Avenue has retained its spot as the world’s most expensive retail street, with London remaining in fourth place, despite decreased rental values in both locations, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest analysis.

Non food retailers top

Shoppers place value on service

9 November 2016

Research shows that consumers value the experience and look and feel of the store more highly than anything else.

Grand Central, Birmingham

Savills tops Trevor Wood table of shopping centre managing agents

9 November 2016

Savills has replaced JLL as the top shopping centre managing agent in the 2017 Going Shopping survey by Trevor Wood Associates.

Letnany

CBRE GI buys Prague shopping centre from Tesco

17 January 2017

CBRE Global Investors has acquired Tesco’s Letnany Shopping Centre in Prague on behalf of an international client.

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