Ringsted Outlet has been developed in a 50/50 joint venture with Miller Developments, a Scottish factory outlet developer, and consists of a factory outlet centre and restaurant facilities, with a total floor space of 13,200 m² and about 1,000 parking spaces. Ringsted Outlet is Denmark’s only genuine outlet village, true to the original outlet concept. After a long running-in period, Ringsted Outlet is now beginning to show its real potential. Despite the difficult letting situation and intensified competition in the Danish retail trade sector, in 2012 Ringsted Outlet recorded the highest number of visitors and the highest revenue since its opening – more than 1.1 million visitors and a 25 % growth in revenue. However, this should be viewed in light of the centre’s relatively low revenue the year before. Several tenants were replaced during the year under review. Mango and Reebok made a strategic decision to discontinue their Scandinavian outlet activities and thus moved out of Ringsted Outlet. At the same time, agreements have been made with new tenants, and with four new retail stores opening in spring 2013 – Sparkz, Jackpot, Saint Tropez and Superdry – the shopping centre is anticipated to continue its progress in 2013.
Major tenants: Hugo Boss, Nike, Puma, Diesel, G-Star Raw, Redgreen, Ticket to Heaven, McDonald’s, Superdry, Le Creuset, Levi’s, Sparkz, Jackpot.