Shopping centres in CIS countries 2012
Potential for growth attracts attention to the market
Many locations in the CIS region are attracting attention from investors and commercial real estate developers interested in expanding the number of viable shopping centre properties. They are aware that low saturation in the CIS region along with a stable level of demand that is independent of economic circumstances combine to offer plenty of opportunity for growth.
Business intelligence on the market for shopping centres in CIS countries, however, has been widely scattered, and professionals seeking a cohesive document that combines useable data, analysis and forecasts for this regional industry have faced a daunting task. To meet demand for a comprehensive source of information, PMR has published Shopping centres in CIS 2012, an all inclusive market study that explores the regional market and specific conditions in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan and offers detailed estimates for market expansion for the period to 2014.
This report delivers a wide variety of market intelligence gathered into a single, concise document. It offers separate chapters for each of the three largest CIS countries, presenting data on total shopping centres and GLA currently operating in each, developmental history, rental rates, future prospects and a comparative analysis of the prevailing conditions and potential for expansion.
This document contains an evaluation of the levels of shopping centre development attained within each country, and provides analysis of the degree to which areas are saturated with various types of facilities. It offers discussion of current and upcoming projects and the trends in size, design and location that developers are following as they assess the market and meet the preferences of CIS shoppers.
Updates on scheduled openings for new shopping centres over the next two years are supplied by the report, along with a wealth of background information on the general macroeconomic situations in each of the covered countries, the dynamics of their retail market environments and other key events and trends that are responsible for the success of new shopping centre development projects.
The various participants in the shopping centres market in CIS countries are examined in detail within this document. Detailed corporate profiles of the developers, contractors and investors that plan, execute and present the final product to the retailer for purchase or lease get to the heart of the market and reveal the motivating factors, advantages, assets and business strategies that these businesses rely upon in order to achieve success.
Shopping centres in CIS countries 2012 does more than merely provide information to enhance the accuracy of business operations – it is a timesaving resource that brings actionable business intelligence to the desktops of professionals operating within this market on an everyday basis. Whether they work for a large or small retail company, a retail product or service provider, commercial real estate development agency or as a researcher or consultant seeking additional information on this market, this publication contains key information needed to achieve success in this expanding industry.
Table of contentsMethodology
Key macroeconomic and demographic indicators
Comparative analysis of the shopping centre market in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan
List of graphs
List of tables
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