More signings at the Lexicon Bracknell
Fashion and homeware discounter TK Maxx and German shoe retailer Deichmann have agreed deals to open new stores at The Lexicon Bracknell as the shopping centre ends its first year on a high note.
TK Maxx will open a 27,351-sqaure-foot tore in the heart of the centre, while Deichmann has taken a 5,648-square-foot unit, announced landlords this week.
They will join a host of existing brands at the shopping destination, which opened its doors to the public for the first time last year in September. With a retail mix including Jack Wills, Joules, H&M, Fenwick and Topshop, footfall at the centre beat the 16 million mark in the first year, and some retailers have reported that their Lexicon stores are some if their most successful nationwide.
Richard Poyser, head of retail relationships & Leasing for Legal & General, said: “The vision for the regeneration of Bracknell was to create a welcoming and engaging contemporary and timeless town centre with the residents and customers at the heart. A year on, we are proud to see the town continuing to thrive and attract great brand names ensuring there’s something for everyone.”
Harry Pickering, investment manager at Schroders, commented: “The Lexicon is showing no signs of slowing down as we enter the second year of trading, as prominent high street brands continue to be attracted to the tailored mix of fashion, dining and leisure facilities.
“At the centre we continue to strive towards the best combination of retailers for those who visit the centre, and we work closely with tenants to ensure The Lexicon is offering the best visitor experience. We look forward to another exciting few months in Bracknell.”
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