Shopping Centre
Five new names at St Enoch
Published:  19 January, 2016

Sovereign Centros signs up five new lettings at St Enoch centre, Glasgow

Sovereign Centros, the UK retail and leisure developer and asset manager, has signed five new lettings with retail and food and beverage operators at the St Enoch Centre, Glasgow’s largest shopping centre.

The recent lettings include:

  • Caffé Nero, the European style coffee brand, in 9,494 sq ft
  • Ddoce, Italian coffee house’s first UK venture, in 1,075 sq ft
  • Junior Station, a second store within the centre for the children’s designer clothes retailer of 1,561 sq ft
  • Go Radio, Glasgow’s local commercial radio station in 1,753 sq ft
  • IFix, mobile phone technicians in 139 sq ft

In addition, two national tenants have upsized and relocated within the centre. Quiz, the fast fashion retail group, has taken 2,971 sq ft and M&Co, the award-winning national fashion retailer, has taken 4,988 sq ft, emphasising their appeal to customers and reaffirming St Enoch’s status as Glasgow’s key retail destination for high street shopping.

St Enoch was acquired in October 2013 by real estate funds managed by Blackstone, with its partner, Sovereign Centros, as asset and development manager. Comprising 830,000 sq ft, it is the largest shopping centre in Glasgow and attracts nearly 20 million visitors a year. Major tenants include Debenhams, Topshop, Topman, H&M, Superdry, Boots, Hamleys, Disney, Tesco and Mothercare.

Alexandra Pugh, leasing and asset manager at Sovereign Centros, said: “We are pleased to have started 2016 with a significant number of new lettings which provide even greater diversity to St Enoch’s existing choice of retail, food and beverage outlets. We look to continue this success with further new lettings being announced in the near future.”