Specialist UK leisure and property agency, Shelley Sandzer, has secured a new site for The Little Door & Co, the company behind Notting Hill’s neighbourhood bar and restaurant, ‘The Little Yellow Door’.
The new 2,200 sq ft, two floor venue is set to open later this year at 12-13 Greek Street, a unit in Ilona Rose House.
The site, redeveloped by Soho Estates, is a mixed-use, new-build development, spread over 13 floors, including four below ground.
The new Soho site will join The Little Door & Co’s existing venues in Notting Hill, alongside The Little Orange Door in Clapham and The Little Blue Door in Fulham.
Nick Weir, joint managing partner of Shelley Sandzer, commented:“The Little Door & Co concept offers something quite unique for the dynamic young crowd it attracts, and Soho is always a great location for the best-in-class operators to trade. This deal, alongside numerous others we have completed in recent months, coincides with growing footfall numbers in London and represents a real resurgence of the West End’s hospitality scene.”
Kamran Dehdashti, director and co-founder of The Little Door & Co, said: “We are a young, growing brand pioneering a new slant on the hospitality industry. Our aim is to create venues that feel like walking into a home by styling them around a fictional flat share. As the centre of London’s vibrant nightlife, Soho is an exciting location for us to expand our unique offering, and we are thankful for Shelley Sandzer’s help in securing this new site for us.”
Shelley Sandzer acted for The Little Door & Co.