According to the plans of the Moscow Government, 255 Interchange Hubs (IHs) of two types will be completed in Moscow by 2020: one-level IHs – park and ride type; multi-level IHs with such additional services as waiting rooms, retail, food and beverage, etc.Based on the company’s global experience CBRE defined three criteria for assessment of IHs in terms of their attractiveness for further retail development: 1) size of passenger flows; 2) amount and types of public transport; 3) existing shopping malls in close proximity to an IH. CBRE divided all the large-scale Moscow IHs into the three possible models of development in terms of the commercial real estate that exist around the world: 1) IHs inside the building, 2) IHs at stations on the Moscow Railway Ring and 3) at metro stations with high passenger flows. As a result of this division CBRE defined the leader in each of the group, these are IHs on Komsomolskaya, Tekstilshiki and Schelkovskaya respectively….
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