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Quadrant Estates secures letting with DW Sports at Templars Shopping Park
May 18, 2015

Quadrant Estates, asset manager for Templars Shopping Park, Oxford, has now secured a new tenant for the park. DW Sports has taken Unit and will commence trading at the end of June 2015.

DW Sports is a leading sports specialist destination which aims to provide the complete shopping experience for all Football, Rugby, Running and Fitness enthusiasts. DW Sports will offer a vast array of exclusive product in conjunction with top brands adidas, Nike, Asics, New Balance, Under Armour, Mi-Fit, Canterbury and many more.

Templars Shopping Park, acquired by Quadrant Estates and an SPV related to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P. on behalf of its affiliates and affiliated investment funds (‘KKR’) in July 2013, is located in a prime location easily accessible from Oxford City Centre and from the Eastern Bypass Road via the Oxford Road (B480) by car and bus. The 8.9 acre site with 137,640 sq ft of purpose built retail warehouse space incorporates 13 units, with a strong mix of high profile retail tenants including Costa Coffee, Sainsburys, Pets at Home, TK Maxx, JD Sports and Halfords.

Barry Dunn, Property Director at DW Sports said:

“We are extremely excited to be opening our latest retail outlet in the newly regenerated Templars Shopping Park, Oxford. We believe we are a great compliment to the existing strong brands that occupy the park already and we look forward to welcoming our customers.”

James Bidwell, partner at Quadrant Estates said:

“DW Sports will be a great addition to Templars Shopping Park. This latest letting will help to drive further footfall and widen the attractiveness of the Park. Other recent additions include Costa Coffee, Sainsburys, Poundland and Pets at Home, making Templars a major retail destination for Cowley and Oxford as a whole. On top of this Quadrant Estates has actively improved the Shopping Park with new landscaping, signage and resolving parking issues.”

Smart 4 acted for the landlord on the letting and McKinnon Nelson acted for DW Sports.

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