Incheon Multi-modal Transit Terminal

July 28, 2015
By: Reurbanist

A new US1.86 billion, 130,000 sm mixed-use, multi-modal landmark for the city of Incheon

Fig 1. An artist's rendering of the Incheon Multi-modal Transit Terminal to be built at Incheon Terminal by 2020 by Lotte Group. / Courtesy of Lotte Shopping

All key members of Reurbanist participated in a the creation of a market and development study for Lotte Shopping Co. for their project in the heart of downtown Incheon, South Korea.

The study included a full analysis of the country and city’s economic and retail market, site SWOT analysis, competitive retail assessment, demographic & psychographic analysis, retail demand potential, benchmark case studies, and a market analysis of both hotel and office uses.

Five benchmark projects were chosen based on their relevance to the Lotte Terminal project. Each case study

  • Centre Overview & Key Statistics (gross leasable area, anchors)
  • Development History
  • Market Context & Trade Area
  • Demographics
  • Tenant Mix Overview
  • Success Factors
  • Key Lessons for Lotte Terminal


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Reurbanist™ believes retail offers cities the best opportunity to recreate their urban fabric.

Developers, investors and governments around the world are recognizing how retail offers enormous opportunities. Retail is the glue which holds communities, neighbourhoods and mixed use developments together.
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