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Atria Watford

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Atria Watford is a shopping centre in the middle of Watford, Hertfordshire. It opened in June 1992 as the Harlequin Shopping Centre.

The centre was rebranded as intu Watford in 2013 following the renaming of its parent Capital Shopping Centres Group as Intu Properties. It received its current name in March 2021 by the new owners, Global Mutual.

The building is glass roofed with symmetrical malls. The anchor stores of the centre were branches of John Lewis and Debenhams, until both closed in 2020. Apple Store, Marks & Spencer, Zara and Next continue to operate in the centre.

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Contact Information
Head Office Address:
40 Broadway, London SW1H 0BT
Company Information
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Global Mutual; Watford Borough Council; Savills

Retail Units: 145
Square Footage: 1,150,000 sq ft
Center Director: Vicki Costello
Footfall: 14 million annual footfall
Key Fashion Retailers: H&M; Zara; Primark; Jack Wills; UNIQLO; Superdry
Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; Gift card; Klarna (at selected retailers)

Student Discount:

Some retailers at Atria Watford offer student discount

Off Season, Off-price: Inseason

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