Amsterdam can accommodate a further 90,000 sq. m. of retail space, mainly
in the form of space for daily goods (+35,000 sq. m.), leisure and hotels/catering and – to a slightly lesser extent – home and garden formulas.
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Leeuwarden has a surplus of fashion retail space, but leisure
and hotels/catering both have
room for growth. There is room
for an additional 5,000 sq. m.
in the next five years, primarily thanks to increases in tourism.
The hotels/catering sector
in Groningen can facilitate
more than 12.5% growth over
the next five years.
Rotterdam has room for an additional 35,000 sq. m. of retail space. Thanks to tourism and population growth,
there is more need for leisure,
hotels/catering and daily shopping.
Eindhoven and Breda still
have room for potential growth
of 6% in retail space
for leisure stores.
In the years ahead, Eindhoven will be able to accommodate around 20,000 sq. m. of new retail space. This will largely be due to the increasing demand for hotels/catering
and leisure, accounting for an additional 6,000 sq. m.