New Arrivals to arc revealed...
arc shopping centre can now reveal that the two new arrivals coming to the centre are the popular jewellery designers, Pandora, and a restaurant that specialises in proper hamburgers, Byron. Work has now commenced on getting the units ready. The letting of these two units will also mean that the arc shopping centre is now 100% let.
Byron will be opening in an expanded unit 19A, opposite Carluccio’s, specialising in ‘proper hamburgers’. During a four-year stint in America, Byron founder, Tom Byng, ate enough hamburgers to sink the Titanic. He realised that hamburgers should be simple, tasty things: good quality meat and classic adornments: some lettuce, tomato, red onion, and maybe a slice of cheese or bacon. Tom opened the first Byron on Kensington High Street in 2007 which proved to be incredibly popular. Now with 50 restaurants, from London to Bristol, Exeter to Liverpool, Byron’s vision remains the same: to keep serving proper hamburgers the way they should be.
PANDORA will be opening in the unit that Wallis recently vacated as part of their move into the Debenhams store. PANDORA was founded in Copenhagen in 1982 by Danish goldsmith Per Enevoldsen and his wife Winnie. Since then, the company has made an exceptional journey from a local Danish jeweller’s shop to one of the largest jewellery brands in the world. PANDORA celebrates inspiring women all over the world to share their unforgettable moments and express their inner values.
arc Centre Manager, Colin Roberts said “We are delighted to be welcoming two more leading brands to arc which will only add to the attraction of our town as a great shopping destination. Pandora is a world leading brand and Byron a growing, quality brand that will give our visitors another great dining option while they shop. In addition to these great new arrivals, to be able to say that we are 100% let just shows what a wonderful and desirable town Bury St Edmunds has become.”