Tiger, Skechers and White Stuff sign to Cribbs Causeway

M&G Real Estate and intu have secured three leading brands for The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. Tiger, Skechers and White Stuff have each signed ten-year leases at the shopping centre, following other recent lettings to Kiko, Virgin Holidays and Smiggle.

Danish homeware retailer Tiger will take a 2,400 square foot store and British fashion & lifestyle brand White Stuff will occupy a 2,563 sq ft store, while American footwear company Skechers has signed to take a 2,300 square foot store.

In addition to the new names, New Look has upsized to a 13,174 sq ft store at the heart of the South West shopping centre, demonstrating strengthened commitment to the scheme. The global fashion brand is accompanied by Joules, which has secured a 1,000 sq ft extension to their existing store.

The announcement signals a positive start to the New Year for The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, whose reputation as the region’s leading fashion destination goes from strength to strength. The new brands join some of the UK’s most popular retailers, such as John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, to further diversify the scheme’s tenant mix.

Jon Edwards, Director at Tiger has commented:
“We are excited about opening a new store at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. The centre’s size and catchment area make it perfect for our brand. We are confident we will trade well in this popular destination.”

Scott Linard, Director – Asset Management & Leasing, M&G Real Estate comments on behalf of the joint owners:

“The Mall at Cribbs Causeway continues to receive significant interest from both national and international brands, and this interest is only set to grow. These new deals prove that the centre is perceived as a must-trade location by brands seeking expansion in the South West and we look forward to welcoming retailers interested in the few remaining units this year.”

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway is owned by M&G Real Estate, intu and JT Baylis. Cushman & Wakefield and Time Retail Partners represent the owners of The Mall