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8 de June de 2018
Shopping centres are safe investments in key touristic and commercial areas, with profitability of up to 6.5%. Reworking of services, accessibility and more buying is making such properties popular in the market.
Shopping centres are facing up to the threat of e-Commerce and have made up around half of all retail investment in the last year. Increased revenue and footfall in such places over recent years is making investors put in millions in order to modernise properties and adapt to consumers.
Operations like the remodelling of Glòries (Barcelona) after an investment of 148 million euros and 23 months of work, or the 3.2 million spent on the remodelling of Portal de La Marina (Alicante) are examples that are looking to increase asset profitability with added leisure and dining options. These changes look to get more visitors, adapt to new customers with a new image and incorporate more services for visitors in the fight to compete with e-Commerce, providing expediencies that cannot be enjoyed when buying from home. That is why shopping centres are one of the most attractive assets for investors.
The positive results from macroeconomic indicators and favourable perspectives for 2018-2020 will favour both creation of new shopping centres in secondary towns, as well as remodelling old centres to meet current demand, including spaces for leisure, dining and shopping.