Ted Baker to Open 3 Canadian Locations this Year

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Popular British fashion brand Ted Baker is confirmed to be opening three more Canadian stores this year — in Ottawa, Calgary, and an outlet in suburban Vancouver. When all stores are open, Ted Baker will boast six full-price and two outlet locations in Canada. 

The Ottawa Ted Baker store, at CF Rideau Centre, will open this spring. The 3,000 square foot store will be located on the mall’s third level, alongside strong co-tenants Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co. and Harry Rosen, steps away from the entrance to the mall’s Nordstrom location, which opened a bit over a year ago. 

A Calgary Ted Baker location will open at CF Chinook Centre, in retail space recently vacated by fashion retailer Marciano. Chinook Centre’s Ted Baker location will measure 2,900 square feet and is strategically located between retailers Kate Spade and an Apple Store, alongside popular retailers such as Harry Rosen, Tesla Motors, Burberry and Michael Kors. Ted Baker fashions are also carried at Chinook’s Nordstrom, which was the Seattle-based retailer’s first to open in Canada in September of 2014

Ted Baker will also open its second Canadian outlet location this year at McArthurGlen Designer Outlets near Vancouver. Ted Baker is currently hiring for various positions at this store.  

Dianne Lemm, Principal/Broker at Northwest Atlantic, represented Ted Baker in the CF Rideau Centre and CF Chinook Centre negotiations. 

Ted Baker’s first Canadian location, measuring 3,230 square feet, opened in October of 2012 in an expansion of Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre. The retailer’s second Canadian location opened in October of 2014 at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, spanning 3,800 square feet. A 2,975 square foot Vancouver CF Pacific Centre location opened in June of 2015, and a third Toronto location, measuring 2,750 square feet opened last September at CF Sherway Gardens. Ted Baker’s only Canadian outlet store opened in August of 2013 at the Toronto Premium Outlets.

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Craig Patterson
Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Publisher & CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Advisor at the University of Alberta School Centre for Cities and Communities in Edmonton, former lawyer and a public speaker. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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