Pandora, the Danish jewellery chain founded in 1982, has secured a second store in central York. In addition to their site on Low Petergate, the jewller have taken Unit 3, 1-5 Davygate.
CBRE acted on behalf of landlord National Grid UK Pension Scheme Trustee on the completion of the lease in the heart of the city’s historic centre; the site was formerly a Karen Millen store. The new store will open in six weeks’ time.
Ian Webster, director in the national retail Aaency team said: “Pandora’s expansion to these new prime premises in York is evidence of its strong retail performance in the city. Davygate has seen a few voids in recent months, but this letting shows retailers’ confidence is still high for taking prime, well configured space in central York.”
CBRE acted on behalf of landlord National Grid UK Pension Scheme Trustee Ltd while Pandora were represented by their retained agents, Stephen Kane & Company.