Lewis Craig and Kingsbury Consultants are jointly working on VFUND’s latest project.
The Creek Road development in Greenwich will provide exciting retail, restaurant and community use space within a newly developed landmark scheme in the heart of Royal Greenwich Town Centre opposite Cutty Sark DLR station.
The ground floor of the development will provide up to 1,538 sq m (16,563 sq ft) of flexible A1, A2, A3, D1 & D2 space with direct frontage onto Creek Road, arranged within 2 separate blocks, with the flexibility to sub-divide to suit occupier requirements. Servicing is provided via Bardsley Lane to the rear.
Greenwich is home to world famous landmarks, all within close proximity to the development, including Cutty Sark, The National Maritime Museum, The Royal Observatory and the Old Royal Naval College. It is situated within the heart of the Town Centre, on the A200 Creek Road, close to the junction with Greenwich Church Street and opposite Cutty Sark DLR station.
A diverse shopping and eating experience is already on offer, ranging from quirky shops, cafes and street markets through to established national retail and restaurant brands.
Being within the established leisure and restaurant circuit, plus within close proximity to numerous high profile residential developments, the scheme is likely to appeal to a range of national restaurant and retail operators, along with other specialist occupiers such as gyms.
The space will be finished to a shell and core state, and is expected to be ready for tenant fit out in the Autumn of 2014.