CURRENT ISSUE CONTENTS Volume 34, Number 1, 2016
It's the next generation for the Macarthur Region, Macarthur Square is transitioning from a Prime Regional to a Super Prime Regional. The centre dominates its Trade Area with MAT almost twice that of it's nearest competitors, It will change the nature of the retailing in the region.
2016 Big Guns
In the past, traditional hospital campuses have never been places where…
Throughout Australia, our big shopping centres are getting bigger. The Shopping Centre Council of Australia, in a recent report, confirmed that there are nearly one million square metres of redevelopment planned for Australian shopping centres including Westfield, Vicinity, GPT Stockland and Mirvac, to name a few.
Christmas is over, but that was last year – and it’s coming again this year! Belinda Daly tells us in this article how AMP Capital Shopping Centres approached Christmas in 2015. It’s more than just an article on Christmas promotions; it looks at changing consumer habits and how we need to harness them.
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.
In 2015, Scentre Group commenced $830 million (SCG share: $583 million) of redevelopments, including projects at Casey Central, Chatswood, Hurstville, Kotara, North Lakes and Warringah Mall.
The local Shoalhaven community celebrated the much anticipated grand opening of a new retail destination on the South Coast of NSW, Vincentia Marketplace.
With a strong Christmas 2015 in the bag, 2016 has gotten off to a strong start, with some interesting recent developments tipped to set the pace this year.
The case for contraction and that nagging feeling Shopping centre owners are looking on with…
Tax reform: more risks for retail There’s nothing certain in life but death and taxes, as…