New Landmark Luxury FRASERS Store at Meadowhall

We are pleased to confirm that works will soon begin on the brand new landmark luxury FRASERS store arriving early Winter 2020 here in Meadowhall. 

Works will shortly commence to transform our existing House of Fraser store into a new luxury lifestyle 'FRASERS' store. A dynamic 65,000 sqft store, FRASERS Meadowhall will offer a vast range of fashion and lifestyle across two floors. From a premium and luxury accessories hall, to its iconic footwear destination, street and trend-led ready-to-wear areas, and beauty. Luxury homewares will also be showcased in the new, interactive Frasers House area of the store alongside a prestigious partner-led champagne bar and café.

Phase 1 of the FRASERS transformation will take place on the lower level, commencing Monday 27 January, and is due to open to the public early Winter 2020 offering men’s and women’s fashion, premium accessories, footwear and Frasers homeware. It will also mark the opening of an exciting new beauty hall complete with cocktail bar and café and will house the world’s most iconic beauty brands. During this time, the entrance through House of Fraser from lower pink car park will be closed. There is an alternative entrance to the left of this entrance through the lower park lane corridor, alternatively you can still enter via the Arcade next to Marks and Spencer. And some of your favourite brands from the lower ground floor will still be available on the upper level!

Phase 2 of the project will take place on the upper level and commences Winter 2020 upon opening FRASERS on the lower level and is due to be complete Spring 2021. This will mark the arrival of Frasers Group’s multi-brand, luxury fashion retailer FLANNELS within the store.

This will be FRASERS’ first major covered centre execution since their plans were announced.

It is a huge positive step forward for Meadowhall, as we continue to grow as the destination shopping centre in the North and continually work to improve our retail offering for our customers.

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