01 Nov 2016

International Quarter London appoints joint retail agents

Lendlease has appointed CF Commercial and Nash Bond as joint agents for the retail and restaurant offering at International Quarter London.

The £2.4bn mixed-use development, which is next to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Stratford International train station, will eventually house over 25,000 workers when completed in 2025.

CF Commercial, which has carved out a niche in sourcing independent operators, will work alongside London specialist agents Nash Bond to let the first phase, totalling 15,000 sq. ft. across 12 units.

The two agents will target a mix of retail and food and beverage operators, including both independent and established brands, who will take ground floor space on the FCA and TfL buildings.

Craig Fisher, founder and managing director of CF Commercial, said: “London’s centre of gravity continues to shift eastwards, with areas like Stratford rising to challenge established strongholds of commerce and culture, and International Quarter will help underpin that shift.”

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