Brisbane's Tattersall's Arcade welcomes new retailers

Brisbane's Tattersall's Arcade welcomes new retailers
Brisbane's Tattersall's Arcade welcomes new retailers

Two high-end retailers have opened shop in Tattersall’s Arcade, one of Brisbane's oldest yet hippest shopping destinations.

AG Designer Jeweller and ESQ Male Grooming, have taken up 27 square metre and 49 square metre tenancies respectively on a five-year term with a five-year option.

Opened in 1926, Tattersall's Arcade houses an array of fashion and speciality stores including Canturi, Tracey Mathers Shoe Studio, Hunt Leather, Lannah Dunn and Optiko.

It is believed rents in the Arcade could attract between $1,800 and $2,000 gross per square metre.

Sam Degn of Colliers International, who negotiated the leases, said the two local retailers are eyeing members of the distinguished Tattersall’s Club.  

"AG Designer Jeweller was seeking space in a more prominent location after establishing his business in the Brisbane Arcade about three years ago," she said.

"The barber, ESQ Male Grooming based in Milton had a large portion of his clientele coming to him from the Brisbane City including Tattersall’s Club members. Opening his second store here has created more convenience for his clientele.”

Luxury retailers who plan to move in the precinct include H&M, Zara, Uniqlo, Forever 21 and Top Shop.

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