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Final tenants move into city centre arcade.

THE Queens Arcade in the centre of Cardiff is now fully let following a string of new lettings.

New tenants at the shopping centre, which was acquired by current owner Addington Capital in 2011, include drapery retailer Shaws, which has taken 3,500 sq ft, travel company Leisuretime with 1,000 sq ft and Cafe Artigiano with 2,000 sq ft.

They follow on from lettings earlier this year to Skechers, Two Seasons, Christopher George Jewellers, Animal, The Entertainer, Cancer Research, No.1 Currency, Perfect Home.

The owners of the scheme have also installed a new children's soft play area within the Lower Ground Floor Mall to provide a further free attraction in the 180,000 sq ft scheme.

Alex Wagstaff, partner and head of retail at Addington Capital said, " We are seeing a lot more confidence in the occupational side of the shopping centre market with more retailers looking for space.

"We are delighted that Queens Arcade is now fully let and the scheme is going from strength to strength. s "Cardiff is a vibrant city with active demand for good retail space and we will continue to promote and actively manage our scheme."

The letting agents for Queens Arcade Shopping Centre are Calan Retail and GCW.


Queens Arcade in Cardiff city centre is now fully let

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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 3, 2015
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