Future of Swarovski in Buttermarket not crystal clear
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The future of the Swarovski store in Buttermarket is in doubt as the unit has been listed as available for lease from January.
Marketed by Fenn Wright, the two-storey retail unit is advertised online as "available on a new business lease from January 1, 2022".
The initial rent is listed as £19,750 per year for the property that "forms part of the town centre retail core".
Swarovski Ipswich is a partner boutique, which means it is run by an independent owner.
The jewellery shop closed during the Covid-19 lockdowns, with the boutique's social media directing customers to its online store.
It re-opened on April 12 this year when restrictions lifted.
Neither Fenn Wright nor Swarovski Ipswich responded to requests for comment.
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During lockdown, Buttermarket lost shops Lakeland Plastics and Edinburgh Woollen Mill.