CBRE Investment Management has announced a trio of signings and openings – Oseyo, Joe & The Juice and Black Sheep Coffee – across neighbouring retail and leisure destinations, Hammersmith Broadway and Fulham Broadway.
The largest Korean retailer in the UK, Oseyo, has selected Hammersmith Broadway to launch its newest Korean Food and Culture Hub as part of its expansion plans within London.
The 1,251 sq ft space is located opposite Boots opened on 30 December. The Food and Culture Hub will stock Asian foods, toys, stationery, Korean homewares and electronics, as well as popular commodities such as Korean cosmetics.
Juice bar and coffee shop, Joe & The Juice, joined Hammersmith Broadway, located in a 1,244 sq ft space on the entrance to the scheme opposite Starbucks.
Completing the trio is new signing, Black Sheep Coffee, innovators in the coffee industry with cafés, kiosks and cocktail bars across the globe. Opening in early 2022, brand has signed for a 800 sq ft kiosk in the central atrium of Fulham Broadway.
Commenting on the trio of signings and openings, Louisa Butters, head of UK retail asset management at CBRE Investment Management, said: “We are always seeking to provide communities surrounding these central London retail destinations with a broad and high-quality offer.
“Together, these new cafés and specialist Korean supermarket highlight our commitment to delivering brands that are relevant and interesting to our consumers.
“Dining and grab & go remains a growing area of demand, so we are pleased to welcome such a strong line-up of brands to these important and busy hubs.”
GCW and Nashbond act on behalf of Hammersmith Broadway and Fulham Broadway. Prime Retail represented Joe & The Juice and Black Sheep respectively. Whitby Smith acted on behalf of Oseyo.