LONDON — Barbour International has inked a deal to open a flagship store in the Crown Estate’s recently completed 100 million pound, or $151.3 million, St James’ Gateway redevelopment between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street.
The 3,000-square-foot store will be under a 10-year lease and is expected to open in November. Crown Estates, which manages a number of retail and residential developments in London, declined to comment on the rent that Barbour will pay on the property. Tiger of Sweden is also confirmed as a new resident of St James’ Gateway, and industry sources expect Sunspel to agree on a deal soon.
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