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Report Retail Fashion High Street 2017-1

Report Retail High Street 2017-1 – “Retail real estate market in Italy gets in line with its worldwide competitors, with stable trends and sings in growing.”

This is the portrait of new Report Retail High Street 2017-1, realized in collaboration with Federazione Moda Italia, Global Blue and Observatory Acquisti CartaSì.

From 2017, retail real estate market in Italy confirms itself in line with its worldwide competitors. Italy. In fact, is at 6° place of Top10 Worldwide High Streets, after London. In new analysis of World Capital, compare to previous semester, it’s interesting to highlight these variations recorded in the most important Italian High Street: Milano in Corso Buenos Aires (+14%), High Street revaluated during years, Via Manzoni and Via Torino (both +11%), in Turin Via Garibaldi (+11%), in Florence in Via della Vigna Nuova (+9%), in Genoa in Via XX Settembre (+15%).

Positive also fashion sector in Italy, primary partner of retail real estate, which gets dynamic in this first semester 2017, confirming the last analysis of Observatory Acquisti and CartaSì for Federazione Moda Italia.

In this first semester , among the most performing regions for sale, we can find Trentino Alto Adige (+6,4%), whereas regions as Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Basilicata and Calabra record trend in decrease.

Concerning the tourists costs in Italy, it records an increase of 6%. Concerning the analysis Global Blue for Federazione Moda Italia, with a 28% Chinese are most fascinated of Italian shopping. In general. Other appreciating locations are Milan, Florence, Venice and Rome.

Above a focus on prime city of Rome, inside the new Report Retail High-Street 2017-1 you can find important interviews of David Sermoneta, Head of Associazione Piazza di Spagna and Confcommercio Centro  of Rome and Gianni Battistoni, Head of Association Via Condotti of Rome.

 

 

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