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Recently expanded to 740,000 sq ft, creating 60 new units, increasing the centre’s capacity to 133 retailers. The £120 million, 365,000 sq ft extension was completed in May 2007 and has since attracted top high street brands such as Zara, Next, River Island, Top Shop, H&M Hennes and Primark. The centre is anchored by the town’s first full-line department store – a flagship 115,000 sq ft Debenhams.
A variety of mainly national brands including Boots, Peacocks, River Island, New Look, Body Shop, MKOne, Republic, La Senza, Miss Selfridge and Top Shop.
Knightswick Shopping Centre is located in Canvey Island and benefits from being adjacent to the towns principal car park which offers some 300 spaces. The scheme is anchored by Sainsburys and Peacocks, whilst other national multiples within the scheme include M&Co, Thomson Travel Agents, Shoe Zone and Card Factory.
The scheme is anchored by Waitrose c. 28,000 sq ft. and a Wilkinsons c. 22,000 sq ft. The scheme benefits from a 3,500 sq ft covered market, 16,000 sq ft of office space and 5 residential flats.
Multrees Walk is the focal point for luxury shopping in Edinburgh creating an attractive modern environment, anchored at its south west corner by Harvey Nichols. St Andrew Square is one of the most prestigious addresses within the City Centre many of these including Standard Life Assurance Company, The Royal Bank of Scotland and HBOS. It is a short walk to Waverley Rail Station and Edinburgh’s main bus station is situated off St Andrew Square underneath Multrees Walk. Edinburgh Airport is easily accessed from the City Centre, from which there are regular connections to other UK and international destinations. Edinburgh’s luxury shopping location. Anchored by 100,000 sq ft fi ve storey Harvey Nichols store. Current occupiers include Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfi ger, Bravissimo, Michael Kors, Links of London, Mulberry, Nespresso, Reiss, Tesla, Sassoon Studio, The Pen Shop, Kurt Geiger, JoJo Maman Bébé, Valvona & Crolla and Caffe Nero. Close to amenities on George Street and Princes Street, the ‘Omni’ leisure development at Greenside and the St James Shopping Centre. Adjacent to St Andrew Square Tramstop (easy access to Edinburgh Airport).
Anchored by Debenhams, Peacocks, TK Maxx and Cineworld.
50 shops including M&S, Gap, Esquire, HMV and JJB.
The Glades comprises of 500,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, with 144 retail units over two trading levels. The average annual footfall is over 20m supported by a 1,500 space shopper car park. It’s the 3rd largest shopping destination in London by number of shoppers in the non-grocery catchment. The scheme is anchored by M&S, Debenhams, Zara and Boots with other key retailers including H&M, Jack Wills, Tessuti, Bobbi Brown, Nespresso, David Clulow, MAC, Jo Malone and White Stuff.
Shopping Centre anchored by Sainsbury.