Caledonia Park signs up trio of retailers
Levi’s, GAP and Neon Sheep have all joined the line-up at the Caledonia Park designer outlet village.
The Levi’s denim brand has taken a 2,766 square foot store on the centre’s South Mall from where it will sell its clothing and denim collections and offer free alterations to Levi’s jeans.
Richard Hurren, vice president of Europe North at Levi’s, said: “Caledonia Park’s unique location, and commitment to an elevated shopping experience, make it an exciting addition to our outlet portfolio. We are pleased to form part of this designer brand destination and offer the broad catchment our iconic apparel collections and customisation services.”
In addition, GAP has relocated its store at the village to a 5,913 square foot unit adjacent to the forthcoming Dining Quarter, while Neon Sheep has selected Caledonia Park for a new 1,504 square foot site. Designed by an in-house team, the Neon Sheep store (pictured) stocks the brand’s full range of novelty products including gifts, stationery, accessories and homeware.
The news follows the recent announcement that Railpen is making a major investment in the village which was previously known as Gretna Gateway Outlet Village. The improvements include architecture refurbishments and new landscaping inspired by the south Scottish surroundings.
Matthew Howard, head of property asset management at Railpen, said: “This wave of new openings is a meaningful endorsement for the recently unveiled Caledonia Park vision, which we will be briinging to life over the next 12 months. Each of the brands complement our existing world-class anchors, and we are confident this news will create even more momentum amongst retailers of the same calibre.”
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