St James Quarter: When will the new St James Quarter open and which shops have been confirmed?

With the new St James Quarter due to open later this month, here is everything you need to know about it.

Friday, 18th June 2021, 4:55 am

The 1.7 million sq ft city centre development has been under construction for over five years and is finally due to open on June 24, 2021.

The £1 billion centre will host a total of 85 brands, a range of restaurants and bars, a W Edinburgh hotel, a boutique Everyman Cinema, a Roomzzz Aparthotel and 152 New Eidyn residential apartments.

The hotel will offer 244 bedrooms and will have a rooftop bar, outdoor terrace, spa, restaurant and event space, but isn’t due to open until 2022.

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Shops include; L’Occitane, an award winning beauty and skincare company; Pull&Bear, a Spanish clothing and accessory retailer; and Bershka, another clothing company which was launched in 1998 and now has over 1,000 shops in 71 countries.

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Black Sheep Coffee Co

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The city centre development has been under construction for over five years and is finally due to open on June 24, 2021.
The city centre development has been under construction for over five years and is finally due to open on June 24, 2021.

The Alchemist

Bonnie & Wild

Bross Bagels

Five Guys

St James Quarter Development, Edinburgh. The Cranes have been removed ahead of the final stages of completion before opening.

Hotel Chocolat

Lane 7 – bowling

Krispy Kreme

Salerno Pizza

The Cranes have been removed ahead of the final stages of completion before opening

SushiSamba

Starbucks

Tortilla

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Full list of shops

Bershka

Pull&Bear is among the huge list of shops due to open in the St James Quarter.

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Boots

Breitling

Calvin Klein

Carvela

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Dune

EE

Bank of Scotland

Goldsmiths

H&M

JD Sports

Hotel Chocolat

Kurt Geiger

L’Occitane

Mango

Lego

Meile

Next

O2

Pandora

Peloton

Pull&Bear

Rituals

Russell and Bromley

Samsung

Sky

Sunglass Hut

Stradivarius

Superdrug

Three

The Perfume Shop

Tommy Hilfiger

Zara

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