IDEM specialists published data from an analytical report on the retail real estate market in Yekaterinburg. The report says that today the city occupies the third position in Russia in terms of retail turnover after Moscow and St. Petersburg. Yekaterinburg overtakes other million-plus cities by a wide margin. It has 36 high-quality shopping centers with a total area of over 1 million square meters. meters. For one thousand Yekaterinburg accounts for about 540 squares of retail space.
Despite the quantitative saturation of the retail real estate market, high-quality space is still not enough. This is becoming a major challenge for new networks and brands. one of However, the qualitative development of the commercial real estate market leads to the emergence of new formats of shopping centers, such as retail park and eco-mall.
According to IDEM reporting, 2013 promises Yekaterinburg the next large-scale commissioning of retail space. It is predicted that the volume of rentable square meters will be almost doubled.