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2019| Russia | Moscow | Street Retail

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By the end of 2019, the vacancy rate for premises on 90 central streets of Moscow increased by 0.8 percentage points compared to H1 2019. The average volume of empty premises in H2 2019 (6.1%) was higher than in the second half of 2018 (5.7%), but significantly lower than in 2017 (7.1%) and 2016 (9.0%). In 2019, the most active rotation of retailers was observed on corridors such as the Garden ring (42%) and central retail corridors (29%).

2019| Russia | Moscow | Street Retail

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