This news comes as Liverpool One celebrates a successful 2011, which saw the shopping area record a 5 per cent increase in footfall compared to 2010, and more than a 10 per cent increase in sales, according to a report by independent research firm, Javelin. The findings also revealed that the Liverpool One attracted over 950,000 people in the week before Christmas, representing a 30 per cent increase on the previous year.
Commenting on the news, Miles Dunnett, Head of Asset Management, Grosvenor Liverpool Fund, said: “There is no better testament to the success of Liverpool One, and indeed Liverpool, than Harvey Nichols’ decision to choose it for this new-format store.”
Joseph Wan, Chief Executive at Harvey Nichols, added: “Liverpool One is the number one shopping destination at the heart of this great city. Liverpool One serves a large catchment area, with a loyal and discerning customer, and there is no better place from which to launch this exciting new concept.”
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