Retail outlet at The O2 announces eight new unit openings
ICON outlet at The O2 in Greenwich has announced eight new openings for the summer.
These include retail units for adidas, Nike, Regatta, Craghoppers and Beauty Outlet, as well as three new restaurant openings for vegan restaurant by CHLOE, Dublin-based Hook, and authentic Indian eatery Scarlet.
ICON is an urban outlet shopping centre that is jointly owned by AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners. It offers a shopping experience of over sixty brands with up to 70 per cent off the normal retail price, and aims to reflect the consumer-led convergence of retail, leisure and entertainment.
The eight new openings will be joining the likes of Ted Baker, Byron, Pizza Express and Levi’s.
Located next-door to each other will be the adidas and Nike stores. Nike’s unit will serve as one of its largest UK Nike Factory Stores, the brand’s outlet branches. Craghoppers and Regatta are to share a joint unit. Both retailers will stock competitively-priced outerwear.
Beauty Outlet’s store is to stock some of the most popular beauty brands at affordable prices, including Fenty, Dior and NYX.
For the restaurants, Hook’s site at ICON will be their second London restaurant. by CHLOE’s O2 opening will offer an alfresco dining experience for the summer and Scarlet uses fresh halal food to create an authentic Indian dining experience.
Marion Dillon, the Leasing Director for ICON Outlet, has commented: “We’re so proud of the brands we have unveiled since opening, and this latest collective… provides something unique, establishing The O2’s position as a leading retail, dining and leisure destination in the capital.”
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