3 reasons regional shopping centres aren't 'mall-adjusted' investments - While the overall retail sector continues to face headwinds, here are three reasons...

Pendal Group

Pendal Group

3 reasons regional shopping centres aren't 'mall-adjusted' investments - While the overall retail sector continues to face headwinds, here are three reasons why regional shopping centres may be investors' pick. 1. One-stop shop: the DNA of regional shopping centres is shifting. Many regional centres are boosting their appeal by changing the way they do business, emerging as thriving town centres, where key healthcare services including doctors, dentists and optometrists are setting up shop. 2. Mall traffic will boom when residential developments close in. Over time we can expect to see retirement villages, student accommodation and residential developments built on the boundaries (or on top) of these services hubs. 3. Regional investment no longer a developers nightmare. The GFC scared many developers away, but we're now seeing the pipeline strengthen for refurbishments and new developments. Find out more from REIT Portfolio Manager Julia Forrest here (VIEW LINK)


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