Retail Property Market

Makro expands in Durban’s booming Cornubia

Cornubia, a multi-billion rand mixed-use development in the northern corridor of Durban, has welcomed the new state-of-the-art Makro Store scheduled to start operating this week.

Sorry Edcon, we will not reduce Rent, says Growthpoint Properties

After securing R2.7 billion, Edcon's request for rental reduction was met with a major obstacle at SA's largest landlord, Growthpoint Properties.

Hyprop eyes more Europe wins than sub-Saharan Africa

Clearwater Mall owner, Hyprop Investments (JSE: HYP) has raised R403 million (€25 million) worth of capital planned for its South and Eastern Europe (SEE) retail assets expansion — and seeks to reduce sub-Saharan Africa exposure.

Investing in township shopping malls gives Fairvest the edge

The latest results from Fairvest Property Holdings (JSE: FVT) confirm that shopping malls aimed at the lower Living Standards Measure (LSM) are delivering better returns than their suburban counterparts.

Landlords chip in as Edcon Holdings secures R2.7 billion

Edcon Holdings which owns Edgars Stores, Jet and CNA, has secured R2.7 billion rand from lenders, landlords and the Public Investment Corp. as South Africa’s largest clothing retailer wraps up its latest restructuring plan.

Sorry Menlyn Park, Fourways Mall set to become Africa's largest centre

While Pretoria's Menlyn Park Shopping Centre is the largest mall in Africa, the title for the latter will only be temporary, as Joburg's Fourways Mall has plans to steal it within the next three months.

Shopping Mall Owners worried about Edcon can breathe a sigh of relief

The headlines about retail giant Edcon Holdings on the brink of collapse, have been jarring for South Africa’s big Shopping Mall Owners and the whole nation.

Dark days ahead for Mall Landlords as Edcon battles with Rent

There is still no respite for Landlords as one of SA’s oldest surviving retailers, Edcon Holdings which occupies big pockets of space in many shopping centres, is asking mall owners to chop rent.

Hyprop lifts its dividend by 8.8%

Hyprop Investments expects 5%-7% dividend growth for the 2019 financial year, but CEO Pieter Prinsloo said even though this may be disappointing, it was still well ahead of its peers.

Liberty Two Degrees leases space vacated by Stuttafords but faces pressure from Edcon

South African landlords have let most of the space vacated by the defunct department store, and Liberty and L2D are in talks with Edcon, which is ‘rationalizing’ its leases.

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