In the Summer of 2017, we had the pleasure of meeting with Kindred co-founders Anna Anderson and Sean Lever.
We then received instructions with the brief being to identify a property of special character in a central and accessible location for their exciting new project.
Acting on behalf of the Landlord, Lewis Craig are delighted to see Mr Nice has now opened on Soho’s Noel Street.
Mr Nice is the brand inspired by cannabis activist Howard Marks, and the store stocks a range of high-end cannabis products and accessories including extracts, CBD, clothing and more.
We are delighted to have acquired Coqfighter’s first Central London restaurant, located in the heart of Soho on Beak Street.
Their fried chicken burgers and baos have already earned them fans at their spots at the Boxparks in Shoreditch and Croydon.
Lewis Craig are delighted to have acquired Yaki Yaki’s first London premises, on New Row in the heart Covent Garden.
Yaki Yaki has taken a traditional dessert and has brought it bang up-to-date with new flavours, and more fun to create an iconic treat that is totally indulgent.
We are delighted to welcome Craig & Rose as the latest tenant in our client’s parade on Westbourne Grove.
The premises form part of a mixed use parade comprising in excess of 20,000 sq ft, with over 8,000 of retail and restaurant area, 4,000 sq ft of office space and 8,000 sq ft of residential.
Lewis Craig have been rather active this past year in the charismatic Notting Hill area of West London.
We have brought restaurateurs providing delicacies from both Peru and Sicily, as well as a 189 year old papers and paint company, who once manufactured paint for St Paul’s Cathedral!
Lewis Craig have been particularly active throughout 2018 shaping the Islington food scene, acquiring for The Skinny Kitchen, and disposals to James Cochran and LL Rena.
Lewis Craig are delighted to announce the sale of 107 Upper Street to James Cochran’s new restaurant venture, 1251.
James rose to fame with his London City restaurant, James Cochran EC3. His new addition, 1251, will be more ambitious, with influences from Italy, China, Scandinavia, the Caribbean and the UK, with Kentish ingredients bringing everything together.
We are immensely proud to have acted for Press Coffee on the acquisition of their fourth location at the incredible, newly-opened Market Halls Fulham.
Press Coffee opened their first site, Fleet Street Press in Fleet Street, back in 2013. The aim was simple, to source and roast some of the best beans from the best producers all over the world.