Published at: 2018-04-07 05:47 | Author: Robert McLean
In a world of rapid change, tenants and landlords need flexible space, says CBRE’s head of retail Katarina Brydone
Are new retailers arriving in the Czech Republic because of the boom?

The Czech Republic has always been in the top 15-20 ranked countries in terms of target new global entries by retail tenants, something we’ve been tracking for the last six years. Last year it was 14th top target market globally. We have also seen a record 39 new brands entering the country in 2017. That’s huge if you consider that the five-year average is 22 brands. The Chodov extension created a good opportunity for new...

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