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H&M Confirmed for Queensgate Shopping Centre

H&M confirmed for Queensgate Shopping Centre

Following the announcement made by H & M Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M), Queensgate Shopping Centre is excited that H&M, one of the world’s largest fashion retailers, will open its first Wellington store in the Centre later this year.

Stride’s General Manager Shopping Centres, Roy Stansfield, said this announcement marks an important milestone in a large project, which has been a long time in the works.

“We’re incredibly excited that a world-renowned brand like H&M has chosen Queensgate as the location for its first Wellington store. It’s testament to the standard of the Centre and the opportunities in the region as a whole.

“Customers and retailers alike have been curious about the works going on in the Centre as we prepare for H&M’s opening, so we’re very happy to be able to finally confirm who this new tenant is,” he said.

As yet, the store’s opening date has not been confirmed. However, Mr Stansfield said, “We’ll continue to share more information with our customers and retailers as soon as we’re able to through our website, Facebook page and in the Centre, and we’re very much looking forward to seeing the new store take shape.”


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