5 December 2014
TRINITY Walk, the first major new shopping centre development in the North since the start of the downturn, has seen five retailers open their doors in the last week.
Argos has opened a two-storey, 17,250 sq ft flagship store at the Wakefield c
River Island is arranged across two floors in the main mall, stocking a range of men's and women's fashion.
Pulp can be found opposite Menkind on Teall Way and houses alternative music and pop culture inspired fashion, gifts and homeware.
It is the group's milestone tenth opening across the UK.
Pizza Express and Panini Shack have become the latest additions to the catering offer at the centre, joining Costa Coffee and Greggs.
The new Pizza Express restaurant is located in Grammar Square, occupying a 2,800 sq ft unit with additional outside seating.
Panini Shack's new 1,000 sq ft eaterie marks the chain's fourth opening in the North.
Trinity Walk shoppers can also look forward to the launch of traditional Chinese and Thai restaurant The Chinese Buffet.
Centre manager Susan Mendoza said: "These new openings are fantastic additions to the great lineup here at Trinity Walk. We've had a tremendous response from Wakefield shoppers over the past few weeks since we opened.
"Nearly 30 stores have already opened their doors and the centre will see one or two new stores opening every week for the next few months - it is certainly a very exciting time at Trinity Walk."