CURRENT ISSUE CONTENTS Volume 34, Number 2, 2016
City retail, especially that at the bases of prestige commercial office towers, is changing rapidly. Gone are the days when it was just simply about a few fast food shops, the odd chemist and, if you were lucky, a post office.
DEXUS is leading the charge. As the number-one prestige office tower owner/manager in the country, DEXUS understands the significant influence retail has on the commercial return of the offices above. Retail might well only be 5% of the revenue, but it’s 40% of the experience! The city retail team at DEXUS is leading the way.
2016 CBD Guns
The luxury retail market in Australia and New Zealand experienced more robust growth through 2015…
It’s fitting that, in this CBD Guns issue, Tony Dimasi talks about Melbourne CBD retail.
In this article, Angus Nardi discusses the issue. It’s a reasoned, logical and pragmatic paper; but he leaves no room for a dissenting point of view, as quite frankly, there isn’t one!
As the traditional anecdote goes, “from little things, big things grow”. Now, in part due to digital disruption, it would seem the opposite is true…
Traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers no longer need to feel threatened by their online competitors.
We all agree on the desirable attributes of ‘place’ – vibrant, beautiful, memorable, authentic, interesting, alive, safe, clean, inclusive, accessible, human scale, adaptable…
There is something magical about food markets. Spices, rustic breads, local delicacies, seasonal fruit and veg, cheese, fresh seafood and vintage wines…
BIG GUNS LUNCH
It was Big Guns Lunch time again. A packed city venue at Sydney’s Establishment saw the cream of the shopping centre industry gathered for the legendary event. Most of the CEOs and the industry’s senior people attended and enjoyed some great insights from the CEOs – their takes on the past year and prognosis on the year ahead.
Vicinity Centres and Perron Group delivered their first South Australian redevelopment at Colonnades Shopping Centre which opened on March 16.
The local community are discovering everything the brand new Halls Head Central has to offer with the transformed centre opening its doors on March 17.
On the May 5, Pacific Fair celebrated another milestone as David Jones, H&M and UNIQLO opened.
Federal, state and local government representatives officially opened the stage-two expansion of Mirvac’s Orion Springfield Central in South East Queensland.
Greenwood Plaza has launched its hotly anticipated redevelopment of The Atrium food court.
If you think these are perfect forms of security, you are wrong! Here’s the conundrum:
We’ve recently (2015) seen an Amendment Bill to the Queensland Retail Leases Act of 1994.
Mascot Central Retail Precinct is a new, outdoor-style urban retail precinct and local shopping hub for the rapidly growing Mascot community.
Vicinity Centres has announced plans to develop Western Australia’s first world-class Outlet Centre at Perth Airport…
Melbourne’s famed Collins Street precinct has welcomed a new destination for luxury international and local brands…
Mirvac’s Broadway Shopping Centre has announced the first of their new food residents:
Owners of the Imperial Shopping Centre in Gosford, Lederer Property have announced…