H&M gets added to the Denver Pavilion retail line-up
Although a date hasn't been confirmed, the internationally renowned clothing store H&M is set to take over the current Nike Town location of the Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall, Pavilions owner Gart Properties announced at a press conference this morning. Being in the heart of downtown Denver and with 64,000 residents, 55,000 students and an average of 12 million visitors expected, the 21,000 square-foot store will garner some serious exposure.
Hannah Thomas Mark Sidell, Richard Scharf, Tracy Huggins, Bill Vidal, and Tamara Door all welcome the global retailer to the Denver Pavilions.
The store will carry a clothing for men, women, teens, and children, in addition to accessories, denim, cosmetics and lingerie, all of which are refreshed daily to keep up with the fast-paced style industry.
"Having H&M choose Denver Pavilions for its first Colorado location is an incredible accomplishment," said mayor Bill Vidal, "our vision of the city is coming together."
Mark Sidell, President of Gart Properties and owner of Denver Pavilions, reveals the news.
"Securing H&M is a huge for Denver," agreed Tamara Door, President and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership. In addition to becoming a highlight of the 16th Street Mall, the opening of H&M is expected to positively influence the surrounding economy with an increase in tax revenue and new jobs.
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