National mattress and bedroom furniture retailer Bedworld is the latest brand to join JunctionNINE Retail Park in Warrington.
Bedworld has signed a five year lease and will occupy the 2,265 sq. ft unit nine, which was formerly occupied by Carphone Warehouse.
James Maule-Ffinch, Asset Manager at The Derwent Group which owns JunctionNINE Retail Park said: “With one of the longest retail park frontages in the UK, JunctionNINE enjoys a very prominent location, and this has been a major draw for the wide variety of homeware and furnishing retailers at the park.
“Bedworld will make a great addition to an already strong line-up, and we welcome them to our tenant portfolio for the first time.”
The new store is expected to open in the first half 2022 and will join other homeware and furnishing retailers including Dreams, Pagazzi Lighting & Mirrors, Wren Kitchens, Carpetright, Tapi Carpets, Dunelm and Oak Furniture Land.
Agents CSP and Petch & Co acted for The Derwent Group.
JunctionNINE Retail Park totals 200,000 sq. ft of retail space and 963 car parking spaces, with an additional 50,000 sq. ft under development as part of a planned expansion of the park. JunctionNINE’s existing retailers also include Currys PC World, Pets at Home, Home Bargains, Smyth’s Toys, Nando’s and Starbucks.
JunctionNINE Retail Park is owned by The Derwent Group which is part of the Albert Gubay Charitable Foundation and operates across the retail, leisure, industrial and commercial sectors, with a commercial property portfolio in excess of 2.8million sq. ft. Through The Albert Gubay Charitable Foundation, The Derwent Group generates grants to charitable causes in excess of £10 million per annum.