The fashion chain Sfera opens a new store in the Habaneras Shopping Centre
Sfera, which belongs to El Corte Inglés group, now has another point of sale in Torrevieja (the new store in the Habaneras Shopping Centre) that will strengthen its fashion offer for the whole family.
The Habaneras Shopping Centre, managed by MVGM, now has a new establishment devoted to Sfera, the well-known fashion chain. The firm, which belongs to El Corte Inglés group, thus strengthens its presence in the province of Alicante.
The new point of sale forms part of the company’s recently launched expansion plan and represents an extension and enhancement of its retail offer for all residents and customers of the Torrevieja area. As Jorge Revuelto, Manager of the Habaneras Shopping Centre, explains: “working with an operator like Sfera is always synonymous with success. The chain, which belongs to El Corte Inglés group, has made a strong commitment to Habaneras by opening a store that will help us to strengthen our fashion positioning for the whole family at affordable prices while providing high-class design and quality”.
The new establishment, with its 700 square metres of sales area, is located on the shopping centre’s street-level floor next to the entrance on Avenida Rosa Mazón Valero. Its innovative, pioneering interior design reflects the brand’s strong commitment to fashion and the new trends. The shop will be staffed by eleven salespeople who will ensure that every customer receives exclusive individual attention.
Sfera’s new premises thus joins the extensive shopping opportunities provided by the Habaneras Shopping Centre in both fashion and other specialised services. This offer has been reinforced in recent months by new operators such as MINISO, the avant-garde Japanese design brand that provides a wide range of home consumer products at excellent prices. Another example is the expansion of the already emblematic premises run by Druni and Game.
The latter has changed its location to the terrace floor and is now to be found next to IKEA, where a new restaurant area is also beginning to take shape with providers such as Lizarrán, Foster’s Hollywood and 100 Montaditos, to which must be added the new UDON premises with their commitment to healthy, ecological Asian food that promises to provide a unique culinary experience.
J. Revuelto, Manager of the shopping centre, explains that: “here at Habaneras we are focusing our efforts on adding new labels to our commercial mix that will meet the requirements of our visitors and help us differentiate the Centre from the competition”.