CBRE’s retail research team in APSC, the Americas and EMEA has reviewed the selected retail locations across the world. The research team has reviewed each centre in detail in order to determine the factor that indicates why they are successful.
As per the study, DLF Mall of India, Noida and High Street Phoenix, Mumbai are ranked as few of the best retail destinations in Asia Pacific region. Let's throw light upon such other locations across Asia Pacific region.
The YOHO Mall, Hong Kong
The mall is spread across 1.1 million sq.ft. of gross floor area, including 150,000 sq.ft. of outdoor green landscaped area and a piazza. The mall has 41 food and beverage tenants and around half of them are exclusive to the mall within New Territories West.
GINZA PLACE, TOKYO
Ginza Place, is an example of vertical retail in placemaking. The mall consist of approximately 6,942 sq.ft. of land area and 79, 114 sq.ft. of total floor space.
LALAPORT FUJIMI, JAPAN
Lalaport FUJMI is a three layered, circuit style mall spread across around 1.63 million sq.ft area. The mall has 293 retail stores.
DLF MALL OF INDIA, NOIDA
It is the largest mall in the country, with an approximate leasable area of about 2 million sq.ft. The mall is an magnificent example of sustainability in placemaking
HIGH STREET PHOENIX, MUMBAI
High Street Phoenix is a mixed used development located in Lower Parel, Mumbai. The mall opened in phases between 2000 and 2008. It is a cluster development that has been developed over 3.3 million sq.ft across three zones.
SHANGHAI JOY CITY/SAZHOU RIVERSIDE, CHINA
Shanghai Joy City/ Suzhou Riverside is a magnificent example of leisure and entertainment in placemaking. The mall has a Ferry Wheel, named Sky Ring, located on top.
COMMERCIAL BAY, NEW ZEALAND
18,000 sqm of retail at commercial Bay will open its door before Christmas 2018. It is one of the largest mixed used development yet undertaken in Auckland.