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In Data & Trends, 10th Sep 2013

Which national retailers are interested in smaller sites? Which are the most attractive smaller sites? Results with Codata database in France in 2012.

In Data & Trends, 3rd Sep 2013

With about 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is the capital city of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. It benefits from an undeniable commercial attractiveness with more than a thousand shops.

Listed for the first time at the end of June 2013, the centre of Munich includes a total of 1,240 shops. They are located in the 7 shopping centres and shopping streets of the city centre. With only 249 shops located in shopping centres and crossing places, most of them are situated in shopping streets (991 shops).

In Data & Trends, 3rd Sep 2013

Stuttgart, often called the "cradle of the automobile", is the capital city of Baden-Württemberg. It's also the sixth largest city in Germany with a population of more than 600,000 inhabitants. The unemployment rate is 5%.

In Data & Trends, 27th Aug 2013

Listed for the first time by our teams on May 27th 2013, Lucerne is the sixth largest city in Switzerland. In 2011, it had a population of 77,491 inhabitants at the heart of an agglomeration with more than 205,000 people. Focus on its commercial attractiveness.

With 92% of occupied retail locations, the centre of Lucerne has few vacant shops, which reveals a good commercial health.

In Data & Trends, 23rd Jul 2013

Hannover, capital city of Lower Saxony, is part of the Top 20 of German cities. It has a population of more than 520,000 inhabitants at the heart of an agglomeration that has more than 1,100,000 people.