On 4 November, the FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg officially opened in St. Petersburg.
Thousands of guests attended the ceremony, thus setting a record among Russian outlets in terms of the number of visitors. Viktor Ivanov, the head of the Lomonosov district of the Leningrad Oblast and Brendon O’Reilly, the head of the FASHION HOUSE Group, cut the red ribbon.
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The first fully roofed FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg in the region is located at Tallinskoje szosse and is open to visitors regardless of weather conditions. Investment outlays for the construction of the first stage amounted to approximately EUR 52 million. The construction costs of the second and third stages are estimated by the developer of the FASHION HOUSE Group project at EUR 30 million in total.
The leasable area created as part of the first stage covers over 10,000 sq m. After completing all three stages, the total leasable area will be 20,330 sq m. The centre will house 120 stores of international and Russian brands offering high-quality products, and year-round discounts of 30 to 70%. Currently, tenants include: Baldinini, Baon, Bronnitskiy, Charuel, Diplomat, Ekran, Gabbiacci, Gecco, Gipfel, Glenfield, Guess, Henderson, Incanto, Kanzler, Lusio, Marc & André, Mario Machado, Mazari Tradition, Milana, Piserro, Puma, Quiksilver, Ralf Ringer, Sarto Reale, Subway, Sunsolo, SuperStep, Tom Tailor and US Polo. Companies such as Adidas, Reebok and Lacoste are planning to open larger stores after Christmas.
The FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg is the sixth centre of the FASHION HOUSE Group implementing projects in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as in Russia. St. Petersburg is the Group’s second Russian project. The first outlet was opened in Moscow in 2013. Its popularity prompted the company to expand its presence on this market.
The FASHION HOUSE Group began building the outlet in St. Petersburg in October 2018. The FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg was a response to the growing demand of the dynamically developing southwestern part of the city. The FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg will reach over 5 million inhabitants. The outlet is located in a district with good transportation access, at Tallinskoje szosse, 700 m from the KAD bypass. Easy access from the city centre is provided by public transport from the Prospekt Veteranov metro station and the Gorelovo railway station.
The external architecture of the building reflects the style of the Benelux countries and refers to the inspiration that St. Petersburg drew from Amsterdam and other cities in the Netherlands and Belgium. The interior design was based on the concept of “Windows on Europe” developed by the FASHION HOUSE Group especially for the Russian outlet centres. Inside, visitors will be able to see miniatures of the shopping streets of major European fashion capitals such as London, Paris and Milan.
According to Brendon O’Reilly, investment outlays for the second and third stages of the FASHION HOUSE Outlet Centre St. Petersburg with a leasable area of 4,500 sq m are estimated at around EUR 30 million. Start of construction is planned for spring 2020. All engineering infrastructure for the construction has already been prepared. – In St. Petersburg, we have combined all the advantages of the FASHION HOUSE outlet centre format: professional management, selection of high quality tenants, and an excellent standard of service. I am convinced that all this combined with a convenient location and a large, secure car park will be appreciated by both locals and tourists, says Brendon O’Reilly.
FASHION HOUSE Outlet Center Moscow expands the mix of tenants with local and international brands. Mono branded stores Timberland and New Balance and two boutiques in the red carpet area – Flash Store and Premium Gallery, opened their shops at the outlet centre over the last 2 months.