Parks and shopping streets replace galleries. A new trend in small towns

The predicted “twilight” of malls has been strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, when limits in stores have significantly limited their availability to customers. At the same time, e-commerce is growing in popularity, challenging the future of physical sales. But Latest reports indicate that online stores are unlikely to replace traditional stores in the near future. Especially since there are many ideas for changing the format and making it more attractive.

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Stationary trading is still doing well

Forecasts from Euromonitor International, cited in its CBRE report, show that fixed sales will grow by 10.5% over the next four years.

Currently, there are 12.2 million m² of office space in Poland. Commercial space. In the first quarter of 2022, 40.4 thousand m² were put into service. m² and 230 thousand. m² is to be developed later this year. Completed incl. the expansion of Gemini Park in Tychy and the opening of the first phase of the Galeria Karuzela Kołobrzeg project, where there is a DIY store. New business parks also appeared in Jasło, Sierpc and Warka.

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