As listed retail funds progress their divestment plans and rationalise their portfolios, opportunistic investors are taking advantage of the changing market.
Gyms and fitness centres are becoming popular mall tenants in China as landlords look outside of fashion.
Melbourne’s retail offering is among the best in the world, but it’s struggling to meet the demands of the city’s rocketing population. How can investor capitalise?
Sydney’s popular waterfront dining strip King Street Wharf has sold, a sign of healthy investor appetite for retail assets with strong food and beverage offerings.
Major M&A has been shaking things up in the fast food world, signaling change for real estate investors.
Retail owners are cashing in on the co-working trend in order to fill empty spaces in malls and department stores.
For shopping malls with lots of bling, the future is bright.
The blurring of the line between work and play is presenting opportunities for the retail sector.