Lewis Craig are delighted to announce the sale of 11 Harben Parade in Swiss Cottage has now completed to Holland & Barrett.
Lewis Craig have just completed a deal to Costa Coffee, to sit adjacent to Tesco Express on behalf of the landlord in Wimbledon Chase.
Lewis Craig are delighted to have advised luxury beauty brand NARS Cosmetics with their recent UK Head Office relocation project, resulting in a move to 100 New Oxford Street, located in the heart of Central London.
100 New Oxford Street has recently been transformed to provide 34,000 sq ft of Grade A office space, with NARS securing some 6,000 sq ft of open plan space on the 6th floor.
Having considered several other options the premises were identified as offering the perfect solution for the company’s UK Head office requirement.
Acting for the freeholder, Lewis Craig have arranged for a letting of retail premises at 279 Camden High Street to MAC Cosmetics.
A strong level of interest was received from a range of retailers looking to secure representation in the stretch of Camden High Street between Camden Town Underground and the world famous Camden Lock Market by Camden Lock Bridge.
Acting on behalf of Development Securities PLC, Lewis Craig are delighted to announce the recent opening of the Imperial Lounge & Restaurant at their Airport House development in Croydon.
Comprising some 6,000 sq ft, Imperial Lounge & Restaurant will take you on a journey of one of the finest eastern dining experiences in London. The interior’s ambiance has been carefully crafted to match the contemporary cuisine being created here.
Finding the right premises for your business is important, and you need to get it on terms that suit you, so how do you do that and what are the pitfalls to watch for?
Identifying some suitable commercial premises for your business is one of your first jobs. Once suitable premises have been found, the next stage is to agree the commercial terms on which your business will occupy those premises.
Our would be chefs, Ben Pistol and Theo Benedyk, narrowly missed out on victory at the DCL and Estates Gazette’s 17th annual cooking competition, held at Covent Garden’s Flesh & Buns restaurant. Having seen off competition from the leisure industry’s finest, our boys went head to head with Colliers Leisure team, in the final cook-off, making Flesh & Buns signature salmon teriyaki dish.
The contest put the teams through their paces in three heats – cocktail making, cooking and a quiz. A great time was had by all and although our best ever finish in this competition, a thorough review is yet to be held back at Wigmore Street to ensure that Lewis Craig take home top honours next year!
Acting on behalf of bespoke furniture specialists Woodstock, Lewis Craig have arranged for an assignment of the leasehold interest on their showroom premises in Winkfield Road, Ascot to Fired Earth Limited, part of the AGA Rangemaster Group Plc.
The premises, extending to just under 3,000 sq ft over ground and first floors along with a front courtyard area, occupy a prominent position in Winkfield Road at the junction of High Street.
Lewis Craig recently had the pleasure of a meeting with Ajit Chambers founder of “The Old London Underground Company.” A former banker, Ajit is breathing new life into our disused Tube stations by unlocking the value of historic underground real estate that has largely been forgotten.
The Legacy Project details changes to 26 abandoned or relocated “Ghost Stations” on the London Underground that will allow them to operate as a public and private partnership and bring revenue into London’s economy.
Lewis Craig are delighted to have been introduced to Ajit Chambers and this unique project. Richard Grossman, Managing Partner at Lewis Craig says “we are well positioned to advise on the retail and leisure aspects sharing the same goals as Ajit in helping London boost its economy. With demand for Central London leisure opportunities far outweighing supply, these stations provide innovative space opportunities for galleries, museums, restaurants, clubs, bars and a range of other uses.”