Grosvenor signs trio of brands at Liverpool ONE
The Liverpool ONE shopping destination has signed a trio of new brands across 6,300 square feet of space.
Irish athleisure brand Gym+Coffee has taken a 1,500 square foot unit on Manesty’s Lane for its first Liverpool store, which will be in its Clubhouse format. The shop will stock store the label’s athletic apparel for women and men, as well as a range of accessories.
Natalie Conway, Gym+Coffee retail director, said: “We wanted our first store in the city to be located somewhere special to satisfy the demand from our rapidly growing community in the North West. Liverpool ONE, with its high footfall and consistently strong sales performance, is perfect. Our new Clubhouse will deliver much more than pure retail, and, like the destination itself, will encourage people to meet, socialise, get active, and enjoy a holistic retail and leisure experience.”
In addition, local jewellery retailer Say it with Diamonds has has signed for a flagship 1,800 square foot store, also on Manesty’s Lane. Offering a wide range of luxury and bespoke diamond jewellery, the shop will complement the brand’s ecommerce platform.
Meanwhile, the Bean coffee shop and roastery has taken a 3,000 square foot space on South John Street from where it will offer shoppers a range of coffee drinks and a complementary food menu. Customers will also have access to a retail space featuring premium coffee making equipment.
The signings follow the recommitment of New Look, Skechers and Kenji to Liverpool ONE. In addition, luxury jewellery retailer David M Robinson has signed for a new Omega boutique which is due to open on South John Street later this year.
Alison Clegg, managing director, asset management at Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, said: “The signings of these three operators furthers our strategy of delivering a vibrant mix of independent and international brands to create a unique offer for visitors. They also continue our history of working with local companies and entrepreneurs to help grow their businesses.”
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