Landsec has completed 26 deals with 21 brands in the last ten months across four of its outlet malls, Gunwharf Quays, Braintree Village, Clarks Village and Junction 32.
At Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth, British luxury perfumer, Penhaligon’s, has opened a 400sq ft boutique, joining Stance (570sq ft), ProCook (1,900sq ft), and sailing-inspired fashion and lifestyle brand, Quba & Co (670sq ft). In addition, Calvin Klein has doubled its presence with a 3,450sq ft dual frontage store featuring CK Jeans and CK Underwear, Radley has upsized into a 1,530sq ft store, and Lacoste has relocated into a 2,100sq ft store.
Over 22,000sq ft of space has been committed at Braintree Village in Essex, including a 5,700sq ft Calvin Klein, a 1,800sq ft Kate Spade flagship, a 900sq ft Kate Spade Clothing pop-up, a 2,600sq ft Under Armour store, and a 3,000sq ft Timberland. Other new brands at Braintree Village are Jack and Jones (2,300sq ft), Crew Clothing (1,100sq ft), The Cornish Bakery (1,800sq ft), Lazy Jacks (1,250sq ft) and Neon Sheep (1,500sq ft).
Junction 32 in West Yorkshire has secured four new operators, led by Neon Sheep, with the brand signing a new lease on its existing 1,900sq ft store, and Baggage Factory, which has opened a 1,500sq ft outlet. There have also been two relocations at Junction 32, with Barbour opening a new 3,100sq ft store and Urban moving to a new 1,500sq ft unit.
Completing Landsec’s run of lettings success is Clarks Village in Somerset, where Calvin Klein Jeans and Tommy Hilfiger have opened 2,455sq ft and 2,250sq ft stores respectively. The premium fashion brands have been joined by Henri Lloyd (1,375sq ft) and Lazy Jacks Clothing Company (1,000sq ft).
KLM and Hall Lahaise act for Landsec on Braintree Village and Gunwharf Quays. Head Retail and KLM represent Clarks Village and J32.