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Retail City Profiles



Synopsis of 57 key Eu​ropean​ retail destinations

Whilst there are real opportunities for retail across Europe and beyond, and the key European Retail cities are emerging as resilient centres of gravity for retailers, tourists and shoppers alike, the devil is in the detail for retail location strategy. 

Each of the 57 JLL city profiles includes comparative catchment data (population and spend), local level economic forecasts (GDP and consumer spending), details of shopping centre provision and prime rental values, as well as maps highlighting the location of these centres and key retailers. 

​The opportunity at a macro level might be clear, but the key to success relies on finding the right space, in the right place on the right terms. For more information and access to this full research of 57 cities, please request access​ or contact our experts below to find the optimal location.​​​​​​​

  • Sample of 3 profiles​

  • london
  • paris
  • milan​​ ​​​​
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Stats 2014
Cross Border Retailer Attractiveness Rank 11
Population Index 88
Purchasing Power / Capita Index 8.75%
GDP Growth Forecast 2014 - 2018 (% pa) 1.8%
Retail Sales Growth Forecast 2014 - 2018 (% pa) 1.7%
*Source: Oxford Economics(2013): MBI,
CBRA Index = Cross Border Retailer Attractiveness Rank
Note: Population and Purchasing Power/Captia based on 30 minute drive time study area.
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Tjard Martinus
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James Brown
+44 7860 408 863

For Agency, please contact:

James Dolphin
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Ben Binns
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