Tenants include Old Navy, GAP, Haidilao, CGV and Jiwu by Suning.
CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing in China drew over 900,000 visitors in its opening weekend, according to a statement.
The 1.12 million sqm mall has achieved a 95% committed occupancy, where 40% comprises over 400 international and local brands that are new-to-market brands, flagships or new concepts, an announcement revealed.
It is CapitaLand’s single largest development in China at $4.8b (RMB24b). In addition to the retail podium, the integrated development comprises Ascott Raffles City Chongqing serviced residence, InterContinental Raffles City Chongqing hotel, Grade A office space and luxury apartments housed within eight skyscrapers.
International brands making their first foray, opening flagship or new concept stores at Raffles City Chongqing include C&A, Old Navy, GAP and UGG.
These names complement other international favourites such as CASA BIJOUX, DKNY, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Salvatore Ferragamo, Lego and Alienware. F&B brands marking their debut in Chongqing include Haidilao hotpot, TWG Tea and Spacelab.
Experiential retail and lifestyle brands include online-to-offline retail store Jiwu by Suning, e-sports operator CLSA and Whyte Woolf Fitness Club. Anchor tenants at the mall include movie theatre chain CGV, electric vehicle company NIO’s showroom-cum-clubhouse, bookstore chain Yanjiyou, and gourmet supermarket Ole’.
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