Cushman & Wakefield

Rising Theft in North American Retail: Self-Checkouts Partly to Blame as Retailers Adjust Amid Financial Pressures [Interview]

The surge in theft and shoplifting is prompting retailers to implement security measures and reconsider the use of self-checkout systems, impacting both their bottom lines and the shopping experience for customers.

Bayshore Shopping Centre in Ottawa Dominating Market and Adding Tenants Amid Sales Growth [Interview]

The landlord completed 77 leasing transactions totalling over 431,000 square feet in the past year, with more retailers and a redevelopment in the works.

Promenade Shopping Centre in Thornhill to be Redeveloped into Vibrant Urban Centre [Renderings/Exclusive Interview]

The transformational mixed-use development will include new retail to serve the area, amenities, and thousands of multi-family residences for the rapidly growing community.

Holiday Photo Series: Pickering Town Centre

Durham Region's community hub boasts more than 140 stores and services.

Londonderry Mall in Edmonton Adding New Grocery Anchor Following Save-on-Foods Exit [Interview]

The north-east Edmonton mall, which added La Maison Simons as an anchor several years ago, is seeing new retailers opening and an expansive specialty leasing program.

Canadian Shopping Centres Changing as Landlords Look to Revamp Retail Offerings and Add Mixed-Use and Development: Expert

John Crombie says that the mix of retail has declined in recent years in malls as landlords look to new tenant types while also looking to capitalize on under-utilized space.

Indigenous-owned Retailer Nîkihk Opens Flagship Store in Downtown Saskatoon Mall [Photos]

The retail concept was founded by the son of one of the first Indigenous NHL players who sadly died of COVID-19 in 2020.

Holiday Photo Series: Midtown in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon's Midtown shopping centre holiday display features a 12-foot 650 pound wreath and 35 foot tree.

Live Streaming Shopping Gains Traction in Canada as Retailers Embrace Concept: Expert

Live streaming has seen huge success in China and retailers in Canada are now jumping on the bandwagon to grow sales.

Talking Christmas Tree at Mic Mac Mall in Nova Scotia Gets International Attention Including on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon: Interview

Absent for 15 years, the talking tree was recently unveiled with a new look which is capturing the attention of many.

Upscale French Fashion Brand Anne Fontaine Entering Canada with 1st Store to Open in Toronto

Known particularly for its diverse styles of white shirts, the Anne Fontaine brand is the latest to expand into the Canadian market with a bricks-and-mortar storefront.

Putting the Shopping Centre in the Palm of Your Hand – The Move to Mobile at Retail

GetintheLoop has partnered with mall landlords on innovations at an unprecedented time.

GetintheLoop Partners with Cushman & Wakefield to Launch Mobile Technology Service in 21 Malls

GetintheLoop’s mobile marketing platform will allow the landlord’s 1,500 retail tenants to better reach local residents via their smartphones, email, and web.

Marlborough Mall Announces Massage School to Occupy 137,000 Square Foot Sears Box

The Calgary shopping centre got creative in securing a single tenant for a vacated anchor space after Sears exited Canada in early 2018

RCC Brick & Mortar Retail Forum: Explore The Evolution of Physical Retail on November 19th

The half-day event will feature retail leaders from major landlords and real estate firms, and will be held at the Toronto Reference Library in the morning.

‘Pen Centre’ in St. Catharines Upgrades Including New Tenants for Target & Sears Boxes

The Niagara Peninsula shopping centre has seen significant investments that include upgrades, new retailers, restaurants, and the addition of a new college in a former anchor space.

Food Hall Phenomenon Sees Success in Canada Amid Increased Foot Traffic [Feature]

Canadian cities are seeing new food halls that are creating increased footfall and drawing in consumers from a wider area. But will we become oversaturated if too many are built?

Street Tours: Study Ranks Canada’s Trendiest Retail Streets

The report examined 100 areas across North America, and several Canadian addresses made it on the list.

Cushman & Wakefield Study Ranks Canada’s ‘Coolest’ Retail Streets

The report examined 100 areas across North America, and several Canadian addresses made it on the list.

Study Reveals Canada’s Top Retail Street Rents

Cushman & Wakefield's latest study profiles Canada's top retail streets, and also mentioned how some luxury brands are choosing malls over traditional streetfronts.
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