HIGH FOOTFALL, MANY NEW BRANDS AND STABLE RENTS
When measuring customer flows and retail demand, interest in Düsseldorf's shopping streets which have very different supply-side profiles, is spread evenly across the city. This observation is underlined by the approximately 40 lettings/openings since 2018 in the three high foot traffic locations, of which Kö is 49%, Schadowstraße 37% and the much shorter Flinger Straße 15%. On the other hand, customer potential of 5,300 to 7,100 pedestrians per hour in the aforementioned shopping streets indicates an above-average to very high frequency of pedestrians on the north-south and west-east axes in the city centre. As in the previous year, Flinger Straße, with a count of 7,072 people (12th place), just misses out on a place in the top 10 busiest German shopping streets. New shops such as those by Doc Martens, PME Legends, Daniel Wellington or Jimmy Fairly are good examples of the attractive and international mix of sectors and tenants.
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