Jorja & Co to open Mt Baker store

fashion,menswearStreetwear fashion retailer Jorja & Co will expand to open a new store in Mt Baker Central Shopping Centre, Adelaide.

Located 25 kilometers from the Adelaide CBD in the Mt Lofty Ranges, the 98 sqm leasing fulfills the fashion store’s expansion needs.

Owner of Jorja & Co, Brooke Gatt, says the retailer will thrive within the area and succeed amongst those who are tired of travelling to the city or purchasing online.

“There is nothing like Jorja & Co in the  centre,” she said.

“We are stocking leading streetwear brands such as Stussy and Windsor Smith as well as fashion labels that will include The Fifth Label and Bardot.”

The store will be located in Shop 33 opposite Kmart, and next door to a new EB Games/Zing store.

Nathasha Bertram of Savills Retail Listing, who arranged the lease, said there has been significant interest for other potential tenancies in the complex.

“The shopping centre services one of the fastest growing non-coastal areas in Australia highlighting a dominant retail precinct,” Bertram said.

“A new extension of the centre is underway with completion due in late 2018, leaving both ground and first floor opportunities available for restaurants, medical offices or retail.”

Jorja & Co will stock streetwear brands such as Santa Cruz, Calvin Klein, Ugg, Industrie, Thrills and fashion labels such as Bardot, All about eve, and Auguste the Label.

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