Harry's Bar and Homeslice are due to open later this year at St Christopher's Place near Bond Street in London.
Caprice Holdings has leased a 3,567 sq ft site for Harry's Bar, a sister Italian restaurant and bar to Harry's Dolce Vita in Knightsbridge. The restaurant will feature a large terrace for alfresco dining and is currently undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment.
Pizza brand Homeslice has signed a 1,920 sq ft lease on four storeys of a property within the estate. It will operate its sixth London outlet from the ground and first floors, with a kitchen in the basement. Homeslice is also relocating its head office to the third floor of the property.
Both restaurants will be located on James Street and are due to open in the fourth quarter of 2018.
St Christopher's Place's food and beverage offering has also seen the arrival of Hoppers and Ole & Steen over the past year, following a redevelopment of 71-77 Wigmore Street. Alan Yau also opened his latest pop-up, Yamabahçe, at the estate, owned by F&C Commercial Property Trust (FCPT), which is managed by BMO Real Estate Partners.
Fund manager Richard Kirby said: "Having enjoyed a near two-fold increase in the value of the asset over the past five years, we will continue delivering our proactive asset management strategy whilst ensuring constant interaction with both current and prospective occupiers to ensure that the asset remains relevant to its occupiers and shoppers alike to support further growth."
FCPT was advised by Davis Coffer Lyons and CWM.