Burlington Arcade & London

The grade II-listed Burlington Arcade on Piccadilly was acquired in May 2018.  The Mayfair shopping centre was built in 1819 by Lord George Cavendish, built “for the sale of jewellery and fancy articles of fashionable demand, for the gratification of the public”.  It was a precursor of the mid-19th-century European shopping gallery and the modern shopping centre, and today is still patrolled by liveried guards.

The property has benefited from several upgrades over recent years and a redesigned by British architect Jamie Fobert.  It now features striking stone floors sourced from English quarries, as well as restored original details including the building’s grand upper arches. The arcade boasts c. 37,000 square feet of retail with a combined frontage of over 1,100 feet and is the longest covered shopping street in the UK, uniting Piccadilly and Bond Streets in the heart of Mayfair.    It attracts over 4m visitors a year, and houses luxury outlets such as; Church’s, Chanel, Eres, Mulberry & Manolo Blahnik.

 

Prime high street shops in central London including Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Victoria.  Notable outlets include; Primark’s first London property on Oxford Street, Moncler and Delvaux on Sloane Street.

 

High Wycombe

Eden, High Wycombe is an 825,000 sq.ft.shopping centre, built and opened in March 2008. The scheme is anchored by House of Fraser and Marks and Spencer and boasts over 120 stores in total. Click below to visit website www.edenshopping.co.uk

Newcastle

St James’ Retail Park was built and opened in June 2007. The park totals 112,000 sq.ft and is anchored by a 50,000 sq.ft. Wickes. B&M Retail, a large successful North-West originating retailer, opened a 20,000 sq.ft unit in November 2010. Supermarket giants Lidl & Iceland occupy 15,000 & 5,000 sq ft units, which opened in March & July 2014 respectively.