Grosvenor has fully let the main shopping street in its £950m Liverpool One scheme with the final 30,000 sq ft unit taken by Spanish giant Inditex.
Inditex, parent group of popular fashion chain Zara, will move its existing Zara offer from Church Street to the outlet. The 20,029 sq ft store will trade on two levels close to the new John Lewis store. Inditex's youth fashion concept, Pull and Bear, will make its UK debut in a 6,824 sq ft unit on the upper level of South John Street. Zara Home will take a 3,820 sq ft unit alongside Zara at the lower level.
South John Street will be the main multiple High Street district of the project and has already attracted Republic, Oasis, Warehouse, Jane Norman, The Body Shop and Esprit. John Lewis and Debenhams anchor the district.
Neil Barber, head of retail leasing at Grosvenor, said: "The fact that Inditex has signed-up to this amount of space underlines its confidence in Liverpool as a key market, particularly for fashion."
Cushman & Wakefield, Strutt and Parker, and Tushingham Moore advise Grosvenor; Harper Dennis Hobbs advised Inditex.