SERIES: Shopping Centres in Central Europe 2011

Date: May 22, 2011
Price:
US$ 3,535.00
Publisher: PMR
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
ID: SD6C04C660DEN
Leaflet:

Download PDF Leaflet

SERIES: Shopping Centres in Central Europe 2011
Single user licence: - US$ 3,535.00
5-user licence: - US$ 5,300.00
Corporate licence: - US$ 7,065.00
Global licence: - US$ 8,835.00


Shopping centres in Central Europe 2011, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2011-2013 penetrates the complex exterior of this expanding market to expose current conditions in the six Central European countries of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, and to forecast growth in each country until the year 2013. This new document treats Central European shopping centre development as both a single regional entity and a segmented marketplace by country, evaluating and comparing each in terms of saturation, trends, planned projects, growth, market value and several variations of GLA.

This second edition report contains valuable historical data that clarifies the position of the market as a whole and in each country in relation to the recent economic crisis. When compared to the current numbers, readers can gauge the degree of recovery already experienced and identify the areas of strongest recovery for the next three years, leading to more profitable investment of time, funds and other resources.

PMR market analysts have gathered an enormous amount of diverse data, from the investment possibilities in Poland to the GLA of shopping centres in Bucharest, to the most attractive retail rental spaces in Czech Republic, and combined it into one uniquely comprehensive, well-organized report. Graphs and charts enable effortless comparative research and each country’s demographic data and macroeconomic conditions provide the background for a solid and well-rounded understanding of both the market and its potential opportunities.

Shopping centres in Central Europe 2011, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2011-2013 is an indispensible tool for locating opportunity in this still relatively unsaturated marketplace. It explores the activities of the most successful companies active in the region, describes the most prominent current and planned projects, and delivers a solid projection of the ways in which investors, developers, builders and the preferences of consumers will expand and shape the market over the next three years.
METHODOLOGY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SOCIAL AND MACROECONOMIC OVERVIEW OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES


Demographics
Macroeconomic overview
Retail industry overview

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SHOPPING CENTRE MARKET IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Market size and development 2007-2010 (by GLA, number of schemes and GLA per 1,000 inhabitants)
Development forecasts up to 2013
Development drivers
Largest shopping centres
Major developers
Shopping centre investment deals
Rents and yields
Trends in shopping centre development

BULGARIA

CZECH REPUBLIC

HUNGARY

POLAND

ROMANIA

SLOVAKIA

LIST OF GRAPHS

LIST OF TABLES

ABOUT PMR

CONTACT PMR
Skip to top


Ask Your Question

SERIES: Shopping Centres in Central Europe 2011
Company name*:
Contact person*:
Phone/fax*:
Email*:
Request invoice
Your enquiry:
Please click on a Check Box below to confirm you are not a robot: