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Kiwi Property announces opening date for ZARA

8 September 2016

Kiwi Property announces opening date for ZARA

Kiwi Property is excited to announce that ZARA will officially open its doors to Sylvia Park shoppers on Thursday 6 October at 9.30am.

This opening closely follows H&M, who is set to launch its first New Zealand store in Sylvia Park the week before.

Kiwi Property Chief Executive, Chris Gudgeon, says the company’s vision is to create a truly world-class shopping experience at Sylvia Park.

“We are excited that ZARA – one of the world’s most successful retail brands – has chosen to open its first New Zealand store at Sylvia Park. It takes a significant investment in time and money to launch in new markets, so we are thrilled to be chosen as the pick of the New Zealand retail centres for this outstanding brand.”

ZARA will be joining a strong line up of existing domestic and international retailers, including new-comers like H&M, Kiehl’s, Converse, Nike and Adairs.

“We’re delighted that Sylvia Park continues to strengthen its position as the leading shopping destination in the country as we welcome new arrivals and celebrate the Sylvia Park retail success story.”

Kiwi Property has made a significant $11.5 million investment to accommodate ZARA’s retail space, ensuring the very best retail experience for Sylvia Park shoppers.

“ZARA’s beautiful store is located in the heart of the fashion precinct and its opening next month marks the successful completion of an eight-month project,” says Mr Gudgeon.


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