Knight Frank, an international consulting company, summed up the preliminary results of 2012 in the street-retail segment. The company's analysts noted an extremely low increase in supply in the segment of shopping centers in 2011-2012. This, in turn, was the impetus for retailers to develop street-retail format premises. As an example, the company's experts cite the launch of the Francesco Donni brand store with an area of 290 square meters. m., which was opened in March this year at the metro station Dmitrovskaya.
The bulk of the demand for retail and retail space in the capital was formed by fashion-operators (including retailers of the “premium” segment), as well as catering establishments.
The market trend this year was the return of retail operators to the main trading corridor of Moscow - Tverskaya street.
Rental rates on the central shopping streets of Moscow range from $ 1500 to $ 3, in some cases reaching $ 000-8 sq. m / year. The average market rate increase was 000-10%.