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Designer shopping store McArthurGlen to open 4th Italian outlet

Jan '06
Designer shopping outlets operator McArthurGlen has announced details of its fourth foray into the designer outlet market in Italy, with a new centre in development stages near Naples. The new centre will open in 2007.

The new outlet will be situated 25 km from Naples city centre, in the heart of the Campania region, and is set to be one of the most spectacular McArthurGlen outlet villages. It will have a GLA of 26,000 sq m, with a catchment of 5. 5 million people living within 90 minutes' drive of the centre.

Due to the strength of McArthurGlen's experience in Italy to date, there is very strong demand from existing tenants for this location.

McArthurGlen's existing Italian outlet villages have attracted brands such as Bulgari, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Nike, Versace, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermenegildo Zegna and Brioni.

McArthurGlen chairman, J W Kaempfer, said: “We're very much looking forward to opening our centre near Naples and we're confident that the experience we've garnered through our existing centres in Italy will enable us to make a success of our newest development and that we'll give the Campania region of Italy a designer outlet centre to be proud of.”

Europe's leading designer outlet developer and operator McArthurGlen operates 13 Designer Outlet shopping destinations across Europe, partnering with a wide variety of retailers to bring shoppers heavily discounted, quality merchandise.


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