Nautica signs major new lease with global shoe retailer Deichmann
Nautica shopping centre are pleased to announce that they have signed a new lease with international shoe retailer Deichmann. Deichmann has over 4,000 shops in 27 countries and this will be Deichmann’s first store opening in Estonia. They will be taking 380m2 of gross leasable area at Nautica and the store is due to open mid-August 2019.
From sporty or casual down to elegant – customers at Deichmann are guaranteed to find the right shoe for every style and for the whole family – at affordable prices. Whether as part of an on-trend outfit, the perfect style for business appointments, or casual, feminine designs, brands like Graceland, 5th Avenue and Catwalk offer a wide range of looks. And men will also find what they’re looking for with Memphis One or Gallus. For children, Deichmann offers models from brands including Elefanten, and also stocks sporty footwear by brands like Adidas, Puma, Nike and Fila. Customers will also find chic accessories like bags and scarves at Deichmann.
Deichmann, which has its headquarters in Essen, Germany, was founded in 1913 and is still 100% owned by the founding family, meanwhile in the third generation. The company is a market leader in the European shoe retail trade.
The opening of Deichmann will further strengthen the current fashion offering at Nautica which currently boasts a lot of brands that you can’t find in central Tallinn such as House, Cropp, Tradehouse, Sinsay to name a few.
“This is another first for Nautica shopping centre. We opened the biggest minigolf centre in the Nordics at Park Minigolf, the first Pepco in Estonia and now soon to open the first Deichmann in Estonia. Retailers can see the benefit of having a store at Nautica whose location in central Tallinn benefits from high footfall from locals living and working in the area as well as tourists arriving and leaving from D-Terminal.“ Olga Allik, Centre Manager, Capfield.