Bon Accord & St Nicholas, Aberdeen
Bon Accord & St Nicholas are established retail destinations that form the retail heart of the city. Stretching right from Union Street up to George Street, they occupy a prime position within the city centre.
The centres boast the strongest retail mix in the city, featuring over 60 stores including two department stores – a 200,000 sq ft John Lewis and a 110,000 sq ft Marks & Spencer.
The centres also contain a large number of established high street fashion retailers including H&M, New Look, Monsoon, Miss Selfridge, Next, Republic, River Island, Hobbs and Kurt Geiger.
Many of the stores are unique in the city and some are the only stores in Scotland leading Bon Accord and St Nicholas to be the most frequently shopped centres in the city and the dominant shopping destination in the North East of Scotland.
2011 saw the opening of a new 20,000 sq ft H&M and a spectacular new food terrace featuring Café Rouge, Pret a Manger and DiMaggio's.
The centres have an affluent catchment with 69% of the centres’ visitors being made up from the three most affluent ACORN categories with significantly higher levels of Wealthy Executives, Educated Urbanites and Prosperous Professionals than regional and national averages.
Aberdeen is famed for its stunning granite architecture, often being referred to as the Granite City. Home to two universities, with a combined student population of approximately 30,000, Abderdeen has a high percentage of students within its population. It is Scotland’s third largest city and has a thriving energy sector allowing it to comfortably sit within the top 25 UK retail locations in the UK.
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- Size 750,000 sq ft
- Number of Units: 60+
- Anchor and Major Units: John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Next, Topshop, New Look, River Island, H&M and Boots
- Footfall: 12.4 million 1
- Comparison Goods spend: £552.5m 2
- Resident Catchment Population: 520,146
- 1 Annual footfall report 2012
- 2 CACI PCG Ranking Report 2011