Princes Square secures trio of tenants

9th April 2024 | Jack Oliver

Princes Square has secured a trio of new tenants, with a fashion retailer, a salon, and a restaurant set to open at the Glasgow shopping centre.

AllSaints will relocate from its existing Glasgow store in Buchanan Street to the first floor of Princes Square, next to French Connection. The fashion retailer will also be opening a store in the out-of-town Silverburn shopping centre.

Meanwhile, Bloom Lifestyle Salon will relocate from the GPO building on Hanover Street to the former Vidal Sassoon unit on the first floor. The salon – which also has locations in Aberdeen and London – has a strong focus on sustainability and uses cruelty-free products.

Also opening is Maison by Glaschu, a French-Scottish restaurant owned by Superlative Restaurant Collection, the group behind Glasgow eateries Glaschu, Gost, and The Duke’s Umbrella. The restaurant will occupy the former Restaurant Bar and Grill site on the terrace.

The signings follow M Core’s purchase of Princes Square in February.

Roddy Proudfoot, director and head of Scotland for LCP, part of M Core, said: “We are thrilled to have secured three new tenants for Princes Square.  Since completing our purchase in February, we have been working with AllSaints, Bloom Salon, and Maison by Glaschu to bring them to Princes Square and it’s great that they are all opening this Spring.  It is very exciting to have a high-quality salon back in the Square; AllSaints is a great complement to our existing fashion brands and Maison by Glaschu is an exciting addition to our restaurant collection. We look forward to welcoming them to the centre.”


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