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Marks and Spencer opened at Liverpool ONE on 15 August 2023. Credit: via Aver PR

GALLERY | Inside the new Liverpool M&S

Doors have officially opened at Marks and Spencer’s 70,000 sq ft shop off South John Street.

M&S took over half of the former Debenhams unit at Liverpool ONE in a deal last year that saw the retailer agree to relocate from its Church Street spot.

That deal was negotiated between Savills on behalf of M&S and Liverpool ONE agents Metis Real Estate Advisors and CBRE.

The Liverpool ONE M&S offers a mixture of clothing, footwear, accessories, homewares, beauty products, and groceries to customers. It boasts a coffee shop, bakery, and dedicated wine shop.

The store employs 320 staff members.

Store manager Kirsty Williams said: “The store is an exciting investment in the future of M&S in Liverpool, and I can’t wait for our customers to explore all the new features that the store has to offer.”

Liverpool ONE owner, Grosvenor, also issued its support for the new store.

Rob Deacon, senior asset manager at Grosvenor, said: “It has been fantastic working with the M&S team to help them achieve their vision of delivering a modern and enticing showcase space which provides an enhanced experience for their customers.

“To be the location of choice within Liverpool for another retail giant’s flagship store evidences the fantastic work we do for brands and operators alike.”

While M&S occupies half of the ex-Debenhams, the remaining space has been taken on by Gravity MAX. The entertainment venue opened last week.

This is not the only Debenhams M&S has moved into. The retailer is set to open at the ex-Debenhams unit at the Trafford Centre later this year.

Curious as to what the Liverpool ONE M&S looks like? Take a quick virtual tour by browsing the gallery below.

Click on any image to launch gallery. All photos provided by Aver PR.

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Like the look of that food hall

By Katrina Kerr

Don’t they do menswear?

By Verum

    Yes. Confused as to why you wouldn’t think they did. The story says clothing, which is a nice gender neutral term for what one wears. Am I missing something?

    By Julia Hatmaker

Twas a facetious comment on the male clothing looking like teen ware. Nothing meant Julie, we’re all pc these days

By Verum

Julia – rather than anything in the copy, perhaps the fact that the three images of clothing sections show only womenswear (x2) and childrenswear (x1) is what led Verum to pose that question.

What an antagonistic response to one of your readers, by the way. We all have long days I suppose.

By Men Swear

    Hi Men Swear – Verum already clarified the comment, which was a joke I hadn’t understood. My apologies that my confusion came out so antagonistically. A long day it must have been.

    By Julia Hatmaker

Shame the coffee shop is not bigger, nevertheless the Foodhall is great, quite continental.

By Anonymous

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