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British Land expands its retail and leisure offering at Regent’s Place

British Land has signed nearly 2800 sq m of food, leisure and wellbeing space at Regent’s Place, its Campus located at the intersection of Camden, Fitzrovia and London’s Knowledge Quarter.

The Gym Group has signed a new 1700 sq m London flagship gym at 1 Triton Square, whilst Lakeland Climbing, the UK’s premium operator of indoor climbing gyms, has taken 700 sq m across 350 and 338 Euston Road, providing an alternative fitness offer with a community focus.

All day café and wine bar BloomsYard has also opened at Regent’s Place following the successful opening of its second café at 100 Liverpool Street on British Land’s Broadgate Campus.

“These new lettings build on continued leasing momentum and are fantastic additions to the existing retail and leisure offering at Regent’s Place.”, said Alice Keown, Leasing Director, Restaurants and Leisure at British Land. “In addition to excellent amenities, the Campus benefits from its location within the Knowledge Quarter, proximity to transport links and newly upgraded public realm.”

Regent’s Place is well located to attract a broad range of businesses from life sciences and innovation sectors looking to cluster around the academic, scientific and research institutions in London’s Knowledge Quarter.

Other retail and leisure brands onsite include Amazon Fresh, which opened a grocery store in late 2021, speciality coffee chain, Black Sheep Coffee, smoothie bowls & drinks café, Acai Berry, Asian-inspired food chain, Wasabi, and The Union bar and restaurant.