New Lettings Confirmed At Fairhill Shopping Centre, Ballymena
10 April 2010Fairhill Shopping Centre, owned by Northern Ireland based property company, Corbo Ltd, has announced a number of new lettings as it continues to develop the scheme’s retail offer and maintain its dominant position within the retail hierarchy.
Following on from the opening of Jack ‘n’ Jones prior to Christmas, Danish fashion retailer Bestseller has now opened a new store for its “Name It” childrenswear brand. The store stocks its full childrenswear range and represents its first store opening in Northern Ireland.
In addition, Carphone Warehouse have secured a 1,500 sq ft unit in the scheme and are now open and trading.
London based retail property consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs represented "Name It" and Campbell Cairns represented Carphone Warehouse in the lease negotiations. Belfast based commercial property consultancy Osborne King acted on behalf of Corbo Ltd and Colin Mathewson comments as follows:
"Fairhill Shopping Centre continues to extend its influence as a leading retail complex within the context of Northern Ireland and these most recent lettings follow on from a significant year in 2009, which saw the opening of major units for Next, New Look and Sports Direct.
Corbo Ltd are determined to continually develop and improve the retail offer at Fairhill Shopping Centre and are very committed to the well being and prosperity of Ballymena generally. In the current difficult retail environment Fairhill continues to outperform its peers and will continue to introduce new cutting edge tenants and innovations".