|European property investment up 11% over q1 2012 |
European commercial real estate investment increased by 11% in the first quarter of 2013 (Q1 2013) compared to the same quarter last year, with the core markets showing strong performance and several of the countries hardest hit by the euro crisis showing increasing activity, according to the latest research from global property advisor CBRE. / Source: ?????????.??
|Zara Home opens first two Japanese stores|
Zara Home continues to expand worldwide with the simultaneous opening of its first two stores in Japan, in two of the country’s major cities: Osaka, a leading financial centre in southern Japan, and Yokohama, a city within the Tokyo metropolitan region. / Source: fibre2fashion
|Pull&Bear presents its new store image in Bogota |
Pull&Bear’s has just launched its new global image in Colombia. The new store, the chain’s first flagship store in the country, is situated on Calle 83 in Zona T, one of the most exclusive shopping and leisure areas in Bogota, the capital of Colombia. / Source: inditex
|Paris still a top choice for luxury brands |
The recent announcement of the opening of the first Qela store (owned by Qatar Luxury Group) at 50 avenue Montaigne, and the grand opening by the Swiss Bucherer at the end of April of the largest multibrand watch store in the world at 12 boulevard des Capucines, provide the occasion for Cushman & Wakefield, the world’s largest privately owned commercial real-estate consultancy firm, to present this overview of the luxury retail market. “The upcoming opening of two Berluti shops (rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and rue de Sèvres) and the Hermès Group’s grand opening of its first Shang Xia store outside China (also on rue de Sèvres) will make 2013 a very exciting year in terms of openings, after the significant momentum already observed in 2011 and 2012 in Paris,” stated Pierre Raynal, Head of Retail Agency at Cushman & Wakefield France. / Source: ?????????.??