As Tauranga prepares its stage two opening in April of this year, the new shopping hub has announced its latest retail tenants, including both New Zealand and International labels.
Some of New Zealand’s most popular women’s fashion brands will join the H&M at Tauranga Crossing in April including Decjuba, Bendon, Pagani, Hartleys, K&K Fashions, Mirrou, and Merric.
Those looking for sports and streetwear will also be well catered for as Stirling Sports and Jay Jays join Boardertown at Tauranga Crossing, along with sneaker specialists, Platypus.
CEO of Tauranga Crossing, Steve Lewis, commented on the new retailers: “As a brand-new development we’ve been able to curate a great mix of retailers to suit the needs of our community and wider travelling shoppers.”
“We’ve listened to what people want and believe we will deliver a shopping destination that locals will be proud of and visitors will want to check out. Not only will Tauranga Crossing be a fantastic retail destination but our entertainment precinct, The Observatory and The Garden Eateries will provide great places for family and friends to hang out.”
The new enclosed mall will also become home to a new gaming experience, Rcade. The store will provide one of the most immersive and experiential gaming facilities in New Zealand, with individual VR consoles along with a range of classic arcade games.
Once the next section of the mall opens in April 2019, the 45,000 sqm shopping complex will house up to 70 fashion, general merchandise, and service retailers along with 27 restaurants and eateries within the two-level mall galleria and dining area. The shopping centre complex will be serviced by more than 1,700 carparks.