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Vladislav Nikolaev

Regional Director | Strategic Consulting Department

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Professional Summary

Vladislav is the Regional director of Strategic Consulting Department.

Vladislav`s area of expertise includes full range of consultancy services: from market feasibility analysis and preliminary project concept recommendations to consulting support of the project on the stage of brokerage.

Vladislav managed concept development of Colliers key projects, such as: VTB Arena Park, SEC "Hollywood" (St. Petersburg), SEC "SFERA Mall" (Moscow Region), SEC "Titan Arena" (Arkhangelsk), SC “Pavlovsky Passage”, SEC “Lotos Plaza”, SEC “Pribaltiysky”, SEC in Yoshkar-Ola.

Prior to joining Colliers Vladislav worked as Head of Retail Consulting Department in JLL Saint-Petersburg office.

Professional experience in real estate – over 8 years.

Education

Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Degree in Politology

Clients

VTB, Stroykorporatsiya Alice, Dorinda Invest, Fort Group, SRV, Renaissance

Services

Skills

Development Consulting

Property Type

Retail

Featured Research

14 Oct 2021

2021 | Q3 | Russia | Moscow | Retail market

The opening dates of four shopping centres planned in Q3 2021 were postponed to the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022: SEC Paveletskaya Plaza, MUC The Sun of Moscow, SC My Mall and Estate Mall. SEC Paveletskaya Plaza was put into operation in September, but its official opening is expected in Q4 2021. Therefore, not a single high-quality shopping centre was opened in the Moscow region in July-September, a situation that was only repeated in Q2 2019 and in Q1 2016 in the last 10 years. At the same time, the total area of projects announced for opening in H2 2021 is significantly higher than the number of openings of new shopping centres in the pre-pandemic years (2017-2019) and amounts to 217,000 sq. m. Shopping centres provision in the Moscow region for Q3 2021 remained at the level of the previous quarter and amounted to 669 sq m per 1,000 residents. However, after the commissioning of new shopping centres, the annual growth rate is expected to reach 686 sq. m in Q4 2021, depending on the timing of the actual opening of planned projects. The average vacancy rate in shopping centres in the Moscow region is 9.7%, and in projects opened in 2019 2021 amounted to 17.9%.
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23 Jul 2021

2021 | H1 | Russia | Retail market

Six shopping centres with a leasable total area of 313,900 sq m were opened in the regions of Russia according to results for H1 2021, which is twice as high as in 2020 in total. The key openings of H1 2021 were SEC Planeta (83,100 sq m) in Perm, SEC RaMus Mall (78,000 sq m) in Nizhnekamsk and the SEC Maxi (76,000 sq m) in Kirov, as well as the landmark opening of SEC Forum, phase II in Ulan-Ude (14,500 sq m).Despite the active start of openings in H1 2021, it is already known that the annual volume of commissioning has decreased by 17% due to postponements of openings. In general, the average shopping centre provision in Russia reached 200 sq m per 1,000 people (against 194 sq m in 2020). Currently, regional cities in Russia with populations of one million plus account for 18.7 million sq m of high-quality retail space, and the shopping centre provision reaches 553 sq m per 1,000 people, which is 2.8 times more than the average indicator for the whole Russia.The continuing attractiveness of million-plus cities is reflected in the volume of annual commissioning in 2021. Cities with a population of less than 300,000 are the second largest in terms of commissioning. For example, 119,000 sq m are planned to be commissioned in 2021, which indicates interest among developers to build new high-quality facilities in less populated cities.
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22 Jul 2021

2021 | H1 | Russia | Moscow | Retail market

The new completions of high-quality retail space in Moscow and satellite cities at the end of H1 2021 amounted to 91,300 sq m (GLA), with six shopping centres being opened. This completion is 1.5 times higher than the number of new shopping centres opened in the same period last year (four shopping centers in H1 2020).Despite active openings in H1 2021, it is already known that the annual volume of commissioning has decreased by 20% due to postponements. However, larger shopping centres are planned for implementation in H2 2021, such as Gorod Kosino (GLA 75,000 sq m), Sophia (GLA 36,000 sq m) and Paveletskaya Plaza (GLA 33,000 sq m).The average vacancy rate decreased to 10.5% (-0.2 p.p.), against the background of the market’s recovery due to the removal of many restrictive measures, which led to retailers becoming more active offline and to an increase in traffic in shopping centres in the Moscow region.
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