Retailmarket 2019

 
On the 13th of June we will publish our first Retail Trends report, providing an in-depth analysis of trends and developments on the retail market. The report indicates that a great deal of current retail space will have to shrink or undergo conversion, or that many retailers will have to find new locations. The million-dollar question: How will owners of retail properties ensure a future-proof strategy? You can read about this topic and much more in our report.  

Million-dollar question

What is needed to calculate the current and future value of retail properties? And what can you do to ensure the future success of your retail outlet or property? It’s all about data, and our report will tell you why.

Need for retail space in 2023

CBRE modelled all important factors to make predictions about the need for retail space in 2023 - by city, region and sector. Our report reveals a number of striking findings such as the robust opportunities for growth in Eindhoven and Rotterdam. We also analyse why Groningen has still not reached the saturation point for cafés and restaurants, and why Leeuwarden is eager for a new retail mix.

Retail Trends report 2019

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Our projects

Maison de Bonneterie

Maison de Bonneterie

When the business closed, a new tenant had to be found for the two historic buildings for the first time in 125 years. A great name was found as the new tenant: H&M opened its flagship store in The Hague, followed by Amsterdam. Extensive renovations were completed to specification and within budget.
Taco Bell

Taco Bell

For Taco Bell‘s introduction to the Netherlands, the American fast food chain was looking for suitable restaurants in prime locations in the country’s major cities at very short notice. CBRE took over ongoing negotiations with landlords, started new negotiations and successfully agreed on leases in Eindhoven and Tilburg.
Heuvel shopping centre Eindhoven

Heuvel shopping centre Eindhoven

The aim was to renovate the shopping centre, placing it firmly on the map, while also creating the Netherlands’ most sustainable shopping centre. The result? Heuvel is once again the number one shopping centre in Eindhoven with international appeal. It won the European Shopping Centre Award and was named most qualified shopping centre, with a BREEAM-NL In-Use Double Outstanding Certificate.
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