Although Apple and Tesla have some of the hottest brands, they can't even stop Mallpocalypse. Even Eataly's promise of wine, cheese, and freshly-made herbs seems to get people
Analytics Thasos has just released a new report showing that foot flow in US supermarkets dropped from August last year except for a small leap during holiday, CNBC first reported
Thasos used cell phone data to monitor when users enter and exit certain trading areas, which is terrible as hell but also provides good the idea of what is shopping and when. And everything that looks over 1
While owners are hiring particularly strong brands such as Apple and Tesla, offering them leasing deals in the hope of increasing the flow of users. a good investment. Thasos data show that big name stores and so-called experienced tenants, such as the Italian food marketplace Eataly, who do not use their brick and mortar sites only sells products at such a speed that the owners would benefit because they were reportedly had not attracted additional traffic.
According to CNBC, "shopping centers with" experiential "tenants did not use a higher flow of buyers a year. per year compared to indoor centers without any of these unique tenants.
In addition to Thasos data, Coresight Research Real Estate Tracking Reports show that only four months to 2019 US retailers have announced that they will close 5,994 stores with only 2,641. And the retail apocalypse goes on…