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Apr 26, 2019
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Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield Q1 tenant sales up, US flagships strong but regional malls are weaker

Published
Apr 26, 2019

French shopping centres giant Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, which owns two of London’s largest malls, said tenants at its European properties performed well in Q1, even though the calendar shift of a late Easter worked against them as Easter-related sales fell into Q2 this time.


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It two London locations were among the strongest contributors to the results, easing earlier fears about the integration of the Westfield operation into Unibail-Rodamco.

The French firm took over the international Westfield operation last year in a $25bn/£18.5bn deal after the Australian company had seen its US properties underperforming.

So what happened in Q1? Tenant sales at its European shopping centres increased by 4.3%, and by 4.8% in its flagship centres. Footfall was up 2.4% so it’s clear that sales outstripped visitor traffic growth.

Europe’s biggest malls landlord cited the Nordics, the UK, central Europe and France as its star performers with rises of 14.8%, 8.5%, 5.3% and 3.4% respectively.

In the US, it said specialty sales per sq ft were up by 5.3% to March 31, and by 10.7% on a trailing 12-month basis, with flagships up by 5.5% and 12.1%, respectively. Total tenant sales on a trailing 12-month basis increased by 4.7%, of which it saw an 8.3% rise for the flagships but a 2.8% drop for the regional malls.

The company also confirmed its adjusted recurring earnings per share guidance for this year at €11.80 to €12. The company also said it has completed €3.1bn of disposals since June, with an average premium above book value of 7.2%.

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