A new branch of Costa Coffee and a new location for Fuller's Pubs have been announced as part of the New Capital Quay mixed-use development in Greenwich, London.
The 2,000 sq ft Costa Coffee has already opened, and the 7,995 sq ft Fuller's pub site is due to open this summer. The complex is still looking for other brands, including hospitality names, to fill the remaining units.
The riverside development, which is close to Greenwich Village, also features a new 1,420 sq ft crèche and a 33,970 sq ft branch of supermarket group Waitrose.
Leisure property agent Shelley Sandzer secured the Costa and Fuller's sites on behalf of Galliard Homes, which owns the development.
Nick Weir, joint managing partner at Shelley Sandzer, said: "New Capital Quay is located in an area of London seeing a huge amount of development. Interest in the project continues at pace. We continue to look for new brands to join the new signings."
Costa Coffee, operated by Whitbread, owns almost 1,800 stores across the UK, with over 1,000 worldwide in more than 30 countries, and is still expanding rapidly.
London brewer Fuller's operates more than 400 pubs in the UK, plus a host of hotels.
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