British Land has signed nearly 30,000 square feet of dining, leisure and wellness space at Regent’s Place, its campus located at the intersection of Camden, Fitzrovia and London’s Knowledge Quarter.
The Gym Group has signed a new 19,000 square foot London flagship gym at 1 Triton Square, while Lakeland Climbing, the UK’s leading operator of indoor climbing gyms, has taken 7,500 square feet across 350 and 338 Euston Road, offering an alternative fitness offering with a community focus.
BloomsYard all-day cafe and wine bar has also opened in Regent’s Place following the successful opening of its second cafe at 100 Liverpool Street on British Land’s Broadgate campus.
Alice Keown, Director of Rentals – Restaurants and Leisure at British Land, said“These new rentals build on continued rental momentum and are fantastic additions to the existing retail and leisure offerings at Regent’s Place. As well as excellent amenities, the Campus benefits from its location in the namely, from the proximity of transport and realm links.”
Regent’s Place is well-placed to attract a wide range of life science and innovation companies looking to cluster around the academic, scientific and research institutions of London’s Knowledge Quarter.
Other retail and leisure brands on site include Amazon Fresh, which opened a grocery store in late 2021, specialty coffee chain, Black Sheep Coffee, smoothie bowls and beverage coffee, Acai Berry, the Asian-inspired food chain, Wasabi and The Union bar and restaurant. .
British Land was advised by Nash Bond.
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Lizzie King, British Land
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About British Land
Our portfolio of high quality UK commercial properties focuses on London campuses and retail and distribution assets across the UK. We own or manage a portfolio valued at £14.3 billion (British Land’s share: £10.5 billion) as at 31 March 2022, making us one of the largest real estate investment companies listed in Europe.
We create Places People Prefer, providing the best, most sustainable places for our customers and communities. Our strategy is to leverage our industry-leading platform and proven expertise in development, repositioning and active management, investing behind two key themes: campuses and retail and execution.
Our three campuses at Broadgate, Paddington Central and Regent’s Place are vibrant neighborhoods, attracting customers and growing sectors, and offering some of the best connected, highest quality and most sustainable spaces in London. We are delivering our fourth campus to Canada Water, where we have obtained planning permission to deliver 5 square meters of residential, commercial, commercial and community space on 53 acres. Our Campuses represent 67% of our portfolio.
Retail & Fulfillment represents 33% of the portfolio and is focused on retail parks that are aligned with the growth of proximity, online and last mile fulfillment. We complement this with urban logistics mainly in London, focused on development opportunities.
Sustainability is built into everything we do. In 2020 we set out our sustainability strategy which focuses on two urgent areas where British Land can create the most benefit: making our entire portfolio net zero carbon by 2030 and partnering to increase value welfare and well-being in the communities where we operate. .
Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com.
About Regent’s Place
Regent’s Place is where a new approach to urban living and working is taking shape. Pioneering design and careful management mean businesses, communities and nature can thrive together. Regent’s Place strives to create a better future through responsible planning, providing an authentic and inclusive space for its diverse local community.
Located at the crossroads of Camden, Fitzrovia and the Knowledge Quarter, Regent’s Place is a fully managed 13-acre campus owned by British Land. The district offers unparalleled local and international transport links, the latest in sustainable design and a lively mix of retail, leisure and public spaces. At its heart is Regent’s Place Plaza, a place to meet, eat, drink and hang out. The Plaza hosts an array of regular events, from food markets to a large outdoor screen.
Regent’s Place totals approximately two million square feet of office, retail and residential properties. Occupants range from global companies such as Dentsu Aegis, Facebook, Lendlease and Santander, to science and health-based organizations including Everlight Radiology, the NHS and the General Medical Council.
Throughout Regent’s Place, the open spaces and buildings are enhanced by numerous public art installations, from internationally recognized names as well as young groundbreaking artists commissioned by British Land. The campus maintains strong ties to the local community through the Regent’s Place Community Fund and other long-term partnerships.
More details can be found at www.regentsplace.com.