Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan have confirm that three prominent food and beverage brands will be occupying space at Angel Court, their prime office building which is due to complete in December this year.
Peruvian restaurant, Coya, who specialize in South American cuisine have signed for 4,500 sq. ft. of bar and restaurant on the ground floor of the building. The Natural Kitchen, founded on Marylebone High Street in 2007 which will supply a freshly prepared, all-day food and drink offering have taken 6,000 sq. ft. in the Copthall Avenue unit. In addition, speciality coffee, food and wine company Notes has agreed a deal for 1,500 sq. ft. next to the building’s reception where they will serve their high quality coffee during the day and an in the evenings customers can enjoy their inspired wine list and local craft beers.
Angel Court is a 24-storey, 300,000 sq. ft. office building design by Fletcher Priest Architects and located centrally in the City’s financial district. As well as providing a substantial office contribution to the area, it is envisaged that the streetscape around the building will also benefit from the scheme, improving the visual aspect and increasing the retail, food and beverage options for those who work there and those who visit.
Commenting on the lettings, David Camp, Chief Executive of Stanhope plc, said: “We are well on track to delivering a striking new landmark building which will provide much needed quality, flexible and modern office space to the City market by the end of the year. With working habits changing significantly over the last 20 years, it is vital for us to complement this office accommodation with a varied leisure offer and we are confident that the highly popular operators we have signed will do just that.”