Langen, 26 April 2019. On “Liebigstraße”, north of Langen’s train station, things are happening: The project developer, “HBB Hanseatische Betreuungs- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft” from Hamburg is developing there a shopping and service centre with a mixed usage of retail, services and fitness.
“Hanseatische Gesellschaft für Seniorenimmobilien II mbH & Co.” KG had already by the end of 2015/start of 2016 demolished the bunker on “Thudichumstraße” in Frankfurt-Rödelheim, to build a Senior Citizens’ Retirement Home on this and a neighbouring plot.
Tomorrow, Thursday, around 40 shopping centre and safety experts will be presented with the first safety technology to be installed in a shopping centre in all of Germany that is based on an intelligent video surveillance system, at the “Forum Schwanthalerhöhe”.
In the presence of the Board Member, Harald Supper, the Directors of the Southern Subsidiary confirmed by submitting firm implementation plans, which at the start of the week informed of intended completion by the end of May.
The opening of the new shopping centre, “Forum Schwanthalerhöhe” in Munich, planned for next week needs to be postponed. Trial runs of the technical safety facilities carried out last week, as well as at the meeting of experts that took place on Monday, 11th March 2019, showed up various…
Together with support from BBE trading advice and the “German Council of Shopping Centres”, HBB and the ILG have been considering the latest and fourth study with its main focus on “Fine Dining as Lifeline”.
Between “Theresienstraße” and “Luitpoldstraße”, over the past eighteen months, a new Retirement Home has appeared Once an industrial wasteland for many years from being a former car dealership, this has now disappeared and a new building, to fit in with its surroundings, has been created.
Shortly after the Court Officials have moved out of “Viktoriastraße” in Bochum, the diggers for the development of a new business quarter can start moving in. Bochum’s City Council made the decisive moves for this during its session of 26 April.
The reason for the modernisation being the expiring tenancy agreement of self-service department store “Marktkauf” of the EDEKA group. These areas about be freed up will offer the opportunity for a total realignment of the retail levels. With attractive anchor tenants, new customers may be gained and the pulling power of the Centre within the catchment area can be improved.
New retail property tenant survey: Retailers rely on smaller but a greater number of locations…