2018-04-10T19:05:08+00:00


One of the most asked questions at this point in time is: “How saturated is the retail shopping industry in South Africa and what new opportunities still exist?” (pdf: whats new november 2016)

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South Africa’s commercial property industry is facing a number of challenges – yet it is also an extremely innovative industry full of people with great ideas and entrepreneurial spirit who continually find ways to counter new challenges. (pdf: Asset Magazine Issue 47 – Interview)

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Dr Dirk Prinsloo, MD of specialist research firm Urban Studies, was this year’s recipient of the South African Council of Shopping Centres’ Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is presented to professionals in the retail property industry who have made a significant contribution to the industry and who are considered to have built a legacy for the next generation. (pdf: Asset Magazine Issue 47 – Lifetime award)

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JHI has partnered with leading property research company Urban Studies, to produce its first Africa Property Report. The publication covers property markets in Angola, Botswana, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

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The previous Urban Studies Newsletter was completed before the opening of Mall of Africa at the end of April 2016. Very high awareness and interest was created by local and international media.

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The first landmark skyscraper office building in 40 years is being developed by Atterbury and owned by Attacq at Waterfall City in Midrand. The new head office of PWC will open in 2018…

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One of the most important changes that have occurred in the South African landscape since the first democratic elections, is to be seen in the shopping centre industry.

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South Africa has a very strong and well established shopping centre industry. South Africa has the 6th highest number of shopping centres in the world after…

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Parking at a shopping centre can make or break a centre. Car ownership is increasing and parking will become more of a issue.

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SA is 65% urbanised and if one of the main drivers for further shopping centre development.

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Since the lion share of sales is still happening in-store, it is easy to discount the importance of online shopping, especially in South Africa where there is currently no threat.

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