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2018 | Moscow | Street Retail Market

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In Q4 2018, the vacancy rate of Moscow’s central corridors, calculated by Colliers International based on an analysis of 90 streets, increased to 5.7% after the end of the World Cup. This is higher than in the second and third quarters (4.8%), but significantly lower than the level at the end of 2017 (7.1%) and the first quarter of 2018 (7.0%). Vacancy growth is observed across all groups of retail corridors with the exception of Patriarch Ponds, where it fell to 6.8% compared to 7.4% at the end of 2017. The average vacancy rate on Pedestrian streets increased from 2.9% in Q3 2018 to 4.2% in Q4 2018, on the Boulevard Ring from 5.7% to 7% and on the Garden Ring from 6.8% to 7.5%.

2018 | Moscow | Street Retail Market

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