Lunson Mitchenall and Jackson Criss, have helped secure seven new retail brands to join Hounslow’s Treaty Centre.
Seven new retailers have opened at Treaty Centre, following a spate of signings in the last twelve months
New brands include Smiggle, Schuh, Select, New Look Men and Pandora
News follows the opening of H&M and Next at the end of 2014, which saw footfall increase by two million per annum
Ever popular menswear concept New Look Men has signed to take a 2,770 sq ft unit which opened in August. The brand will join fashion retailers Schuh and Select who have taken 4,574sq ft and 3,335sq ft respectively. Other retailer brands who have opened in the centre include The Works (2,116 sq ft), and Pandora (1,493 sq ft). The team has also recently exchanged with Smiggle who will take occupation before Christmas.
Leading clothes retailer New Look has relocated to the ground floor of the centre, to occupy a 9326 sq ft unit. The recent signings have re-established the centre as the primary retail hub in Hounslow, which now attracts over 11 million customers a year.
Tony Yiannakis, Partner at Quidnet Capital said: “We invested heavily in 2014 to renovate Treaty Centre and bring in the big name fashion brands Next and H&M. This commitment has paid off with a host of other national and international brands following them. We are seeing an increase in footfall as more and more locals from in and around Hounslow are choosing to shop here.”
Neil Hockin, Head of Shopping Centre Leasing at Lunson Mitchenall, said: “Treaty Centre is widely recognised as Hounslow’s main shopping pitch, and the success we have seen in the last eighteen months has further consolidated its reputation for serving this vibrant London borough. This, coupled with the £2.75 million programme of work being carried out on the high street, has helped us attract a host of new names to the centre and improve its fashion offer.”
In addition to these new exchanges, River Island has demonstrated its commitment to the scheme, signing a new longer term lease. This news follows a significant period of transformation in the wake of H&M and Next opening at the end of last year and the completion of a £10 million refurbishment to the centre and a 700-space car park.