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Zara to upsize at Atria Watford

Fashion retailer Zara is to move to a new larger store within Atria Watford early next year. Spanning 43,000 square feet across two floors, the new… View Article

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Zara to upsize at Atria Watford

Fashion retailer Zara is to move to a new larger store within Atria Watford early next year.

Spanning 43,000 square feet across two floors, the new unit will represent a significant upsize for the retailer which currently operates an 18,000 square foot store at the scheme.

The shop will stock Zara’s range of clothing for women, men and kids.

Steve Gray, head of European retail asset management at Global Mutual, said: “We’re really excited that Zara has decided to upsize and enhance its offer here at Atria Watford. This is a brand our shoppers love – and it will act as a real footfall driver as we enter the new year.

“The decision reflects the strong performance of Zara’s existing store at the centre, as well as the strong relationship we’ve built with the team. We look forward to seeing the doors open in 2024.”

Owned by property company SGS and asset managed by Global Mutual, Atria Watford’s other tenants include the likes of Next, Mango, Uniqlo and Hollister.

Gray added: “Prime retail space like our own remains in high demand and our pipeline for next year is already looking healthy. We look forward to giving further positive updates in the months ahead.”

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