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.
Acting on behalf of the former occupier, the well-known and well-loved Depalos Italian restaurant at 8 Bride Court, Lewis Craig were instructed to advise on the sale of this hidden gem just behind Ludgate Circus in The City of London.
Acting on behalf of the landlord, Lewis Craig are delighted to announce the successful completion of 22 Park Walk to fashion retailer Lost Laundry.
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 announce the successful completion of 12 Smithfield Street to South American Restaurant Assenheims 56.
Acting on behalf of the former occupier, Lewis Craig were instructed to source a high-quality operator who would fit in well with the impressive 12 Smithfield Street mixed-use scheme which comprises some 100,000 sq ft of office space above.
We are pleased to announce the recent completed letting of 93 Kilburn High Road to British Heart Foundation, acting on behalf of our long standing client, Navera Trading Limited.
The premises comprising approximately 1,700 sq ft over ground and basement were let on a new 10 year term.
Further prime opportunities ranging from 900 sq ft – 7,700 sq ft are available at the Kilburn Square Development, with further space available on the first floor.
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Acting on behalf of our retained client Trailfinders, Lewis Craig have advised and negotiated on their relocation to 38 Poultry EC2 as well as negotiating the surrender transaction on their former premises at 1 Threadneedle Street where the landlords are undertaking a re-development.
The long haul travel specialists moved just a couple of hundred yards to their new premises located between Bank Station and Cheapside. The premises, which opened on 20 June, offer some 3,800 sq ft, arranged over ground and basement floors.
Trailfinders, established in 1970 and the UK’s largest independent travel company, have a long established City of London presence having been operating out of 1 Threadneedle Street since 1999.
Contact Richard Grossman for further information on Trailfinders continuing requirements.