Two more fashion brands open in Leeds Victoria Quarter
Radley and All Saints are the latest fashion brands to open units in the Victoria Quarter, the upmarket Victorian shopping centre in the heart of Leeds.
Luxury handbag chain Radley has opened its first Yorkshire store at 16-18 County Arcade in the Victoria Quarter, taking a 10-year lease on the 1,500 sq ft unit at £85,000 pa. The store is part of Radley’s selective opening programme, closely following new shops in Cardiff and Edinburgh, and taking its UK store network to 13.
All Saints has added a menswear store in the Victoria Quarter to complement its womenswear collection within the same shopping area. It has taken a 3,000 sq ft unit at 30-32 Queen Victoria Street on a new 10-year lease at £155,000 pa.
In both deals, King Sturge represented Bank of Ireland, which owns and manages the property on behalf of a consortium of Irish investors. The signings are the latest in a string of high-profile lettings that the Leeds office of King Sturge has engineered as part of a pro-active asset management programme, attracting many new names to Leeds in the process. These include Thomas Sabo, Folli Follie, Jack Wills, Louis Vuitton, Harvey Nichols, Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood and Mulberry.
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