Stadium has been an active Dutch retail investor since 2017, with a managed portfolio of over 20,000 sqm. We invest in and manage retail property for private investors, family offices and institutional investors.
Our dedicated team of seven retail specialists boasts a combined 50 years of experience – helping you best navigate the retail investment landscape and optimally allocate your portfolio. The retail division adds immense portfolio value by investing in high-demand locations with untapped high growth potential. Our proprietary researched insights help you best define a solid investment strategy which is mutually beneficial across all the client spectrum.
Stadium’s retail focus is on investments in medium sized high-yield convenience shopping centers with stable and direct income returns. We increase yields and create value by re-developing existing retail parcels to realise an asset’s upside potential. We secure portfolio value by targeting prominent, proven retail assets in Randstad cities with populations above 70,000. Focussing on convenience shopping centers hedges against e-commerce by targeting consumers of daily goods and services.
50% of the 1,000 shopping centres in the Netherlands are considered ‘convenience’ centres.
Stadium strategically acquires centres ranking in the upper quintile of the 100 best-performing Dutch convenience centres, based on proprietary insights. Our senior research team compares and justifies current performance while analysing future potential of individual centres’ catchment and asset strength.
We developed the Stadium Convenience Shopping Centre model as a substantiating medium to demonstrate asset feasibility. The model is updated annually and it scores each asset in the Stadium pipeline. Despite high-street retail driving the Netherlands retail landscape, convenience shopping centers serve as a backbone for frequent consumer shopping needs.
For more information on Stadium’s view on Convenience Shopping Centre and the Dutch retail market in general please contact Bram Dekker.