Brent Cross London, Stores – Shopping Centre

Brent Cross London, Retail Building, Stores NW4, Property, Development, Location, Owner

Brent Cross : London Shopping Centre

NW4 Retail Centre, England, UK – Shops / Stores Information

15 Feb 2010

Brent Cross London

Address: Brent Cross, London NW4

Size: 81,800 m²
Refurbishment: 1995
Ownership: Hammerson 41%/Standard Life 59%
No of tenants: 115
Anchor stores: John Lewis, Fenwick, Marks & Spencer
Tenure: Leasehold
Average rent: £1,085/per m²

Brent Cross is situated within the affluent North West London suburbs. The centre is served by three main arterial routes – the M1, A406 and A41- three train stations, and a major bus station.

The centre has always been fashion-focused and is regularly the site of choice for international retailers opening their first UK stores. Hammerson and Standard Life Investment are currently creating a 1,000 m2 rooftop extension to the centre, which will be occupied by Arcadia.

Brent Cross, London – Information from Hammerson PR in 271107

Address: Prince Charles Dr, Hendon, London NW4 3FP

Phone: 020 8202 8095

When this Shopping Centre opened in 1976 it was the third shopping centre of its type in the UK after the Bullring in Birmingham (1964) and the Haymarket Shopping Centre in Leicester (1973). It was initially constructed in a dumbbell shape running east-west parallel to the North Circular Road, with the two largest stores (John Lewis and Fenwicks) at the ends. It was expanded and renovated beginning in 1995, with additional shops and restaurants on an arm running north from the middle. A multi-storey car park replaced the remainder of the open parking area to the north.

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The area in the London Borough of Barnet takes its name from an old crossroads near the River Brent and is not in the London Borough of Brent (that local authority lies to the west of the nearby A5 Edgware Road). It has no specific boundaries but in general only premises west of the Flyover, east of the M1 motorway and close to the North Circular are described as being in this area. The River Brent passes through it, flowing from east to west in a man-made channel.
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