H&M opens first South Australian store

Swedish retail giant H&M has opened its first South Australian store at Rundle Mall Plaza, Adelaide, today.

The 3000sqm store has two levels and will feature a range of apparel, underwear and accessories for Men, Women, Kids and Baby.

The global retailer’s first Adelaide store comes as part of the extensive redevelopment of Rundle Mall Plaza, commenced by centre owner The Weinert Group in 2017.

The fashion retailer’s store opening marks the completion of the first stage of the mall’s redevelopment.

“Excitement about H&M opening in Adelaide has been building strongly since its pending arrival was first announced earlier this year, and to reach this first stage of the overall redevelopment is a great milestone,” said Peter Weinert, executive director of Weinert Group.

Final cosmetic touches for the mall are underway on the lower ground floor tech hub and the ground floor dedicated to retail, which should all be completed by mid-to-late November, according to a statement released by Rundle Mall. The opening of the stage two Terrace dining precinct on level one overlooking Rundle Mall will follow shortly.

A planned health and wellbeing precinct on level two is expected to open during next year.

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