New brands join the Meadowhall line up

Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield, which is nearing completion on a £60m refurbishment, has secured more than 1,950 sq m of new lettings and upsizes in the last three months. New brands include Ghost London, Nespresso, Hawes & Curtis, upsizes by JD Sports and Virgin Holidays, the eturn of The Entertainer, and the debut of two coffee brands, Pret A Manger and Coffika.

Ladies fashion house Ghost London will stock designer fashion and occasion wear from a 83 sq m unit on Park Lane. Only the brand’s second standalone store outside of London, the boutique will showcase ready-to-wear, beachwear and the company’s dye-to-order bridal range. Adjacent to Ghost, Hawes & Curtis is to launch a 83 sq m store as it makes its regional debut at Meadowhall.

Nespresso will open later this month and is the first in the region. On Meadowhall's High Street, sportswear and fashionwear brand JD Sports is increasing its store size from 882 sq m to 1,059 sq m. Virgin Holidays is extending its interactive store concept on the centre's Arcade. This new store will enhance the customer experience and follows a very strong performance from the brand since it opened at Meadowhall last year. Next door, The Entertainer will return with a new 436 sq m space.

On the refreshments side, Pret A Manger is launching a 213 sq m cafe, its first at Meadowhall, while new coffee concept Coffika will be making its UK debut with a 83 sq ft store also on The Arcade.

Completing the additions is a hat-trick of openings in the Oasis Dining Quarter, with Barburrito, Wrapchic and Subway all making Meadowhall debuts. In addition, Australian tea specialist, T2, independent modern gourmet confectioner, Treat Kitchen, and candy store, Gobstoppers, have recently opened at the centre.

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