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Kiwi Property hands over store keys to ZARA


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Monday 4 July, 2016

Kiwi Property hands over store keys to ZARA


Global fashion brand ZARA takes the keys for its new home in Kiwi Property’s Sylvia Park today.

Kiwi Property has constructed the shell of a brand new 2,528 sqm store located in the heart of Sylvia Park and ZARA will commence fitting out its first New Zealand store.

With the store set to open to the public this spring, ZARA will join a range of national and international retailers in one of the best shopping destinations in the country.

Kiwi Property’s GM Retail Karl Retief says the company has invested $11.5 million to create ZARA’s new store in an eight-month development programme.

“The new site, located in the heart of Sylvia Park, has an extensive store front which is five times the size of one of our standard fashion retailers. Sylvia Park with ZARA will offer shoppers a world class experience,” Retief says.

“We are always looking to innovate at Kiwi Property to ensure we’re delivering the very best experience for our shoppers. It brings us great pleasure to offer world renowned brands, like ZARA, and we are thrilled to be chosen as the first choice of the New Zealand retail centres for this outstanding brand,” he adds.

Sylvia Park has seen a number of new retailers open at the centre in recent months, including Lush and Converse, with Nike and Kiehls coming soon. Later this year, New Zealand’s first H&M store will also be opening at Sylvia Park.

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