More than 60 new food outlets to open at Camden's Hawley Wharf

12 November 2018 by
More than 60 new food outlets to open at Camden's Hawley Wharf

More than 60 new food outlets are to open at Hawley Wharf, London's railway arch development in Camden.

The 30 revitalised arches will provide space for retail brands as well as artisan producers and the development will also include the largest farmer's market in North London, canal-view rooftop bars and restaurants, and 100 food stalls.

LabTech, the property investment and technology company that owns Camden Markets, plans to launch the mixed-scheme venture by summer 2019. Colliers International leads the food and drink leasing for the development.

At 580,000 sq ft, the canal-side development opens onto Camden High Street and will also feature 150 retail stores, 195 apartments and 60,000 sq ft of Labs co-working space.

Bobby Blake of Colliers International added: "Hawley Wharf Camden presents the opportunity for retailers, food and entertainment, and leisure operators to find a new way to reach their customers. We can provide spaces for independent retailers in an established London location, and we are committed to making sure that Hawley Wharf Camden will be a genuine ecosystem."

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