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Four new tenants arrive at The Boulevard in time for Christmas

Northern Ireland designer outlet The Boulevard has seen the arrival of four new tenants this week. Yankee Candle has taken a 1,733 square foot space close… View Article

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Four new tenants arrive at The Boulevard in time for Christmas

Northern Ireland designer outlet The Boulevard has seen the arrival of four new tenants this week.

Yankee Candle has taken a 1,733 square foot space close to existing tenants Nike and M&S while fashion, brands James Lakeland and AKAwear have signed for 2,163 and 1,136 square foot units respectively.

Meanwhile, regional department store Houstons has joined the line-up with a 2,436 square foot space for its women’s fashion offering.

Chris Nelmes, retail director at The Boulevard, said: “With Christmas just six weeks away, we’re delighted to welcome our new tenants offering our customers an exciting mix of quality products and fantastic deals.

“Despite the economic climate, we’re optimistic about continued growth both in terms of footfall and sales, and even more so now that we’ve added to the portfolio of brands here on site.”

Situated on the main A1 road linking Belfast and Dublin, The Boulevard has always welcomed traffic from both sides of the Irish border. However, Nelmes said the centre is currently welcoming more shoppers from the south of Ireland due to the weakened pound.

Other tenants at The Boulevard include the likes of Kate Spade, Levi’s, GUESS, Kurt Geiger, Dune London, Next, Jack Wills, Timberland, Crew Clothing and Joules.

Aisling Lawless, asset manager at Lotus Property, added: “The Boulevard is going from strength to strength as we welcome more brands to its roster to join an already impressive mix spanning sports and outdoor, women and men’s fashion, homeware and cookware, shoes and handbags.”

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