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Landsec celebrates 48,000 square feet of new lettings

Landsec has completed 26 new deals with 21 brands in the last ten months across its Gunwharf Quays, Braintree Village, Clarks Village and Junction 32 outlet… View Article

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Landsec celebrates 48,000 square feet of new lettings

Landsec has completed 26 new deals with 21 brands in the last ten months across its Gunwharf Quays, Braintree Village, Clarks Village and Junction 32 outlet malls.

The signings acoount for 48,000 square feet of space and include three relocations and two upsizes. Brands include the likes of  Kate Spade, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Penhaligon’s.

At Gunwharf Quays (pictured) in Portsmouth, Penhaligon’s, Stance, ProCook and Quba & Co have all opened stores while Calvin Klein has doubled its presence at the mall with a 3,450 square foot dual frontage store featuring CK Jeans and CK Underwear. In addition, Radley has upsized into a 1,530 square foot space and Lacoste has relocated into a 2,100 square foot unit.

Meanwhile, Braintree Village in Essex has seen Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Under Armour and Timberland all launch new shops. Other new brands at the mall include Jack and Jones, Crew Clothing, The Cornish Bakery, Lazy Jacks  and Neon Sheep.

In addition, Junction 32 in West Yorkshire has signed space deals with Neon Sheep and Baggage Factory and seen Barbour and Urban move their existing shops to other units. Clarks Village has also completed new signings with Calvin Klein Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Henri Lloyd and Lazy Jacks all taking space.

Bruce Findlay, managing director of retail, at Landsec, said: “As challenging as 2020 was, our flagship outlet villages proved enduringly popular with consumers during the pandemic due to their open-air nature, accessibility and range of brands.  This has created opportunities to reimagine each to create offers even more closely aligned to what consumers are seeking.

“Our team has worked hard to attract the very best brands, and their success is reflected in the volume and quality of the new names we have welcomed to our destinations this year.”

 

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