The Vintage Store is also hoping to open a shop in Manchester. Credit: Aver PR

Grosvenor secures 12,000 sq ft Liverpool letting 

The property giant will welcome The Vintage Store to the former Topshop unit at Liverpool One at the end of May.

The 12,000 sq ft clothing outlet will be The Vintage Store’s largest to date. The company, which sells second-hand items from brands including Adidas and Nike, also has shops in York, Newcastle, Sheffield and Hull, where it also moved into a former Topshop unit.

According to its website, the company is also bidding to open stores in Manchester and Chester, among other locations.  

Alison Clegg, managing director of asset management at Grosvenor, said The Vintage Store is “the perfect fit for Liverpool One”. 

“Its position as a sustainability-focused operator reiterates Liverpool One’s ambition to be a centre for environmentally conscious and responsible brands,” she added.  

Phil Waltham, founder of The Vintage Store, said: “Liverpool One is a prime destination which offers the opportunity to undertake our biggest expansion yet and we look forward to increasing accessibility to sustainable fashion and introducing our unique vintage clothing collection to Liverpool.” 

CBRE and Metis acted for Liverpool One. Robinson Webster acted for The Vintage Store. 

Earlier this week, Grosvenor announced a £437.5m pre-tax profit for the year ended 31 December 2021, recovering from a £322.8m loss in the previous year. 

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From Topshop to Swapshop, but these days vintage is cool and not all clothes may be 2nd hand, could be a rival for TkMaxx, whatever , this will be a go-to for students and such like, it`s next to Lush too so they will complement each other, this company seems to have a sound strategy for expansion.

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