Through constantly adapting to the ever-changing trends of commercial and retail properties, Gazit Globe developed an entrepreneurial stance that has enabled it to continue growing while maintaining strong financial positions that further its growth and augment its returns. As urban growth increases, consumer spending habits are changing and more retail stores are becoming showrooms. Having retail stores in an urban location is now more vital than ever before. Today, through continuing to acquire and develop high-quality assets in urban markets, Gazit Globe owns over 400 properties, has over $20 billion of assets under management, and annual revenue of $1.7 billion. In the field of supermarket-anchored shopping centers, Gazit Globe has gone from owning one asset to having a global portfolio that is characterized as being: #1 in Canada, #1 in the US, #1 in Finland, #1 in Poland, #2 in Sweden, #2 in Norway and among the top players in Israel and in the city of Sao Paolo, Brazil.
First Capital Realty Canada,
Gazit-Globe established its operation in Canada in 1997 and acquired 8 properties between 1997 and 2000. As of September 2016, FCR owns 160 properties totalling 2.2 million sqm.Explore more
The Gallery at Westbury Plaza New York, USA
In late 2009, while acquiring Westbury Plaza, Equity One, Gazit-Globe’s subsidiary in the U.S., had identified a potential development opportunity and purchased an adjacent 22-acre land parcel that had been vacant for nearly 10 years.Explore more
Atrium Promenada Warsaw, Poland
In 2011, Atrium European Real-Estate, Gazit-Globe’s European subsidiary, completed the acquisition of the Promenada Shopping Centre in Warsaw, Poland. Promenada is one of Warsaw’s largest shopping centers.Explore more
We seek high quality income producing assets with development and redevelopment potential, where we can utilize our asset management and development skills to add value.
We focus on assets in major metropolitan centers situated in growth markets around the world with high barriers to entry.
We acquire properties located in urban centers with strong demographic trends, anchored by a leading local supermarket chains.