The Gibraltar Limited Partnership, advised by British Land, has agreed 13 new lettings and an additional four re-gears totalling more than 135,000 sq ft including mezzanine space at Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh.
Currys PC World has upsized to a new regional flagship store of 39,500 sq ft, JD Sports has doubled in size to a new 10,000-sq ft store, Oak Furniture Land has opened its second Edinburgh store with 18,000 sq ft, Pure Gym is to open a new 20,000 sq ft gym and Wilko has continued its UK expansion with a new 10,700-sq ft store. All are on new 10-year leases.
In other deals Tapi Carpets has taken 5,300 sq ft, Schuh 5,000 sq ft, Waterstones 3,800 sq ft, Office and Starbucks 2,500 sq ft each, Card Factory 2,300 sq ft, O2 2,000 sq ft, and Tui 1,700 sq ft. And a number of retailers have demonstrated their commitment to Fort Kinnaird by extending their leases, including Perfume Shop (10 years), Vision Express (10 years), Clarks (five years), and Carphone Warehouse (three years).
The Gibraltar Limited Partnership was advised by Eric Young & Co and Paradigm Property Consultants.