HIGH DEMAND MEETS SLIGHT INCREASE IN SUPPLY
After Kirchgasse made last years debut in the nationwide top 10 footfall ranking, it is once again back in more familiar territory at 18th place with just under 6,300 pedestrians. The same is true of Langgasse, which is in 56th place with around 4,000 people surveyed and is hence a solid midfielder. These two shopping streets in particular enjoy brisk demand, especially for individual sub-locations, which is fortunately being met by a slight increase in supply. Kirchgasse's sector mix is complemented by Danish furnishing chain Søstrene Grene, which has rented a 200 m² shop and British sports fashion label JD Sports, which will open a 600m² store here in 2020. Tenants for a new building in Kirchgasse 72-76 have also already been confirmed, with drugstore chain Rossmann and Danish young fashion brand Only. As in other cities, food and beverage concepts and drugstores, along with many other sectors, are increasingly on the lookout for locations. New momentum can also be expected from the final completion of the conversion and modernisation work on Lili's / Lilien-Carrés, which is scheduled for autumn 2019.
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