The strip-center market has faced never-heard-of challenges as a result of Covid-19. Restriction measures have no doubt exerted an impact, with 107 shops (out of 2,631) closing their business and terminating lease contract, most of them engaged in “non-essential products”. This caused increased vacancy rates in a market that prior to the pandemic showed an advanced maturity.  Nevertheless, the market is seen positive towards the end of the year.  The diversified tenant mix and high presence of Food and Delivery shops have turned strip centers in poles of high flow and neighborhood activity, who are attracted by the concentration of shops classified as basic-needs by the authorities.