International legal practice Osborne Clarke has advised Argent Related on the first retail lettings at Brent Cross Town, Argent Related's and Barnet Council’s 180-acre, £7bn new neighbourhood in North West London.
Osborne Clarke acted on the letting of the Spruce & Larch café in the development's newly-built Visitor Pavilion, along with new lettings to local tenants including Karma Bread bakery, Cricklewood Coffee Roasters and a new pizzeria, which are set to open early in the New Year.
Alice Conway said: "It is very exciting to be working alongside Argent Related as the fabric of their Brent Cross regeneration project takes shape. Sustainability and community are at the heart of their exciting plans and it is a privilege to be a part of the journey as the plans begin to become reality."
Matt Leggett said: "We are thrilled to have been able to assist Argent Related with the first retail lettings at Brent Cross Town, which is a great milestone for a fantastic regeneration scheme. We can't wait to see the new community grow as the development gathers pace."
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