MAPIC 2016 will unveil a selection of retail real estate projects showcased by more than 2,300 developers and shopping centre owners, giving retailers a unique three-day opportunity to find out about new site locations.

Organised by Reed MIDEM, the International Retail Real Estate Market will be held in Cannes from 16th to 18th November.

Click here to discover a selection of 60 projects from 20 countries that will be showcased at MAPIC 2016, including:

Jewel Changi Airport (Singapore) presented by Capitaland
Strategically located in Singapore’s Changi Airport, the world’s sixth busiest airport for international traffic which served a record 55.4 million passengers in 2015, Jewel Changi Airport is envisaged as a world-class lifestyle destination. Designed by a consortium comprising Safdie Architects (led by Moshe Safdie), Benoy and RSP, the iconic architecture includes a stunning glass and steel façade and a refreshing indoor environment of lush greenery. Beneath its distinctive dome-shape façade, the integrated development comprises a shopping mall, attractions, facilities for airport operations and a hotel covering a total GFA of 134,000 sq m.


Jewel Changi Airport (Singapore) © CAPITALAND

Bee4kids, Valmontone (Italy) presented by Arcotecnica Group
BEE4KIDS is a leisure centre for families, unique of its kind, featuring strongly innovative architectural elements to create attractions with great impact. The objective is to allow the customer to enjoy a unique shopping and entertainment experience. The retail model, which differs from the traditional distribution models, provides the creation of a commercial structure that includes entertainment areas; learning areas; refreshment and dining areas and child services areas.


Bee4kids, Valmontone (Italy) © ARCOTECNICA GROUP

Mall of the Netherlands, Greater The Hague (The Netherlands) presented by Unibail-Rodamco
Currently called Leidsenhage, The Mall of the Netherlands will go through an important extension and renovation with a budget of more than €470m, increasing the GLA from 74,000 to over 117,000 sq m with 250 stores, restaurants and leisure. The inauguration is scheduled for 2019. Located in the economic heart of the Netherlands, with 6.1m inhabitants living within 60 minutes, Mall of the Netherlands benefits from a great location. The shopping mall offers 4,000 free parking spaces as well as excellent access by public transport.


Mall of the Netherlands, Greater The Hague (The Netherlands)© UNIBAIL-RODAMCO

intu Watford (UK) presented by intu
intu Watford is a thriving shopping centre with a transformative extension project underway to make it bigger and better. intu’s £178m investment will create an impressive 1.4 million sq ft retail and leisure destination to attract visitors from further, more often, to stay for longer. The development will create space for even more great retail brands and introduce top new restaurants and leisure activities, including a nine-screen IMAX Cineworld cinema to give customers a compelling shopping experience from day into evening.


intu Watford (UK) © INTU 

Dream Island, Moscow (Russia) presented by Regions Group
The flagship of the new project by Regions Group is the Dream Island indoor theme park in Moscow. The park is designed to give visitors the opportunity to plunge into the fascinating atmosphere of famous animation blockbusters with maximum comfort, to take a ride on the attractions and enjoy fun-packed activities for the entire family.


Dream Island, Moscow (Russia) © REGIONS GROUP

For more information, please visit the MAPIC website

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