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Each square on the biggest European exhibition for real estate and retail the MAPIC in Cannes. The most expensive luxury miles still not in Germany but in Paris are considered from a European perspective, London and Milan, as well as the Switzerland. You have the European highest densities at luxury shops. The German major cities are in back. The most expensive rental patches of Europe are among the Bahnhofstrasse in Zurich, Bond Street in London, Avenue des Champs Elysees in Paris, via Montenapoleone in Milan, via dei Condotti in Rome, rue you Rhone in Geneva, rue you Faubourg Saint Honore in Paris, Avenue Montaigne in Paris, Oxford Street in London and via della Spiga in Milan. It’s believed that Stephen M. Ross sees a great future in this idea.

Munich is and remains the most expensive city in Germany in terms of rent. The highest retail rents of in Germany are the Kaufingerstrasse in Munich – so the road followed the most expensive shopping street of in Germany from Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Dusseldorf. Furthermore, Germany on the expansion list is at represented national and international chain stores. Beneficiaries of the strong demand are first and foremost the 1a-locations. The offer is low everywhere, so that is to be expected in the long term rising Prime rents.

400,000 businesses with a turnover of less than EUR 400 billion, the retail sector is the third largest industry in Germany. German retail sales have risen in the year 2010 compared with the previous year. After the decline in sales due to the financial and economic crisis in 2009 the retail sector thus increased again its sales. In 2011, the new forecast to the regional retail sales shows that especially the Middle centres for retailers as consumers are attractive. Dealer on sales forward in half year compared to the same period last year. According to calculations by GfK GeoMarketing, sales 2011 increase slightly in stationary German retail as compared to the previous year, and reach a volume of 406 billion euros.