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Natuzzi To Open 25th UK Store In Chester

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Natuzzi, represented by international real estate advisor Savills, is to open a new store at Greyhound Retail Park in Chester, taking its total number of standalone stores in the UK to 25.

Founded in Italy over 60 years ago, the furniture retailer has agreed a new 10 year lease for the 5,184 sq ft store which was formerly occupied by Frankie & Benny’s. The store will trade under the Natuzzi Editions brand when it opens in Autumn 2020. With products distributed in the UK, Europe, US, Asia, UAE and Australia, Natuzzi is one of the largest furniture retailers globally and continues to expand its presence throughout the UK.

Located on Sealand Road less than one mile from the centre of Chester, Greyhound Retail Park is home to a diverse mix of leading UK retailers, including John Lewis at Home, DFS, Dunelm and Sofology..

Catherine Barnard, associate director, out of town retail, at Savills, comments: “In spite of the economic challenges caused by Covid-19, Natuzzi continues to progress with its expansion plans, which is testament to the strength of the brand and the performance of its existing stores in key locations throughout the UK. Greyhound Retail Park is a leading destination for furniture retailers in the Chester area and will make a fantastic addition to Natuzzi’s growing store portfolio.”

Greyhound Retail Park is owned by Gatehouse Bank, represented by Curson Sowerby Partners.

Source : Savills

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04 August 2020

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