22/07/2019 - 14:53

H&M to anchor new-look Karrinyup fashion mall

22/07/2019 - 14:53

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Global fashion retailer H&M is opening its second north-of-the-river store, taking a key tenancy at the revamped Karrinyup Shopping Centre, which is undergoing an $800 million refurbishment.

Karrinyup Shopping Centre will have a bold new look once a major redevelopment is complete by 2021. Image: AMP Capital

Global fashion retailer H&M is opening its second north-of-the-river store, taking a key tenancy at the revamped Karrinyup Shopping Centre, which is undergoing an $800 million refurbishment. 

AMP Capital, which manages Karrinyup on behalf of owner Unisuper, said H&M would be among the first tenants to open in the centre’s new fashion mall later this year.

AMP WA divisional development manager Scott Nugent said the new fashion mall was designed to deliver a unique mix of new and existing retailers.

“Offering a premium fashion experience is a key focus of the new-look Karrinyup Shopping Centre, so securing H&M is an exciting step in growing our already strong stable of retailers,” Mr Nugent said.

AMP Capital has a long-standing relationship with this iconic brand nationally, so we’re looking forward to building on this and delivering a unique retail experience to the wider Karrinyup area.”

The Karrinyup store will be H&M’s fifth across the Perth metropolitan area, adding to a portfolio that includes shops at Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City, Perth CBD, Westfield Carousel and Mandurah Forum.

Joondalup’s H&M was the first to arrive, opening in August 2015, followed by the city and Mandurah stores.

The Carousel store was opened after that centre completed a $350 million redevelopment late last year.

H&M Australia country manager Thomas Coellner said the group was looking forward to building its presence in WA.

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