Russell and Bromley set for move to Covent Garden

It’s fascinating that the new store isn’t greatly greater than the current one (which is at 117 Long Acre) and the move represents exactly how significant the prime situations in key shopping areas are, with overwhelming interest in fitting out another site being viewed as justified, despite all the trouble for that additional purchaser consideration the ideal position can bring.

The new property, the proprietor of which is the Mercers’ bequest, is at the intersection of intensely dealt Long Acre and Neal Street, and advantages from both neighborhood and vacationer guests who are looking for a blend of built up and increasingly peculiar, independent brands.

The new store incorporates a 1,630 sq ft lower ground floor and a 1,841 sq ft ground floor and will highlight the brand’s full line-up, including Russell & Bromley shoes and packs for ladies and men.

Andrew Bromley, proprietor of Russell and Bromley, stated: “Our new store must be in a noticeable area inside Covent Garden and this corner unit, legitimately inverse the cylinder station, was an open door we needed to verify. The arrangement is to dispatch to the open this pre-winter and this bigger space will give an extraordinary background to our new seasons’ accumulations.”

This news pursues the ongoing dispatch of the Boots leader idea store, contiguous Russell and Bromley, while road footwear mark Vans is set to dispatch later this late spring on Neal Street. Position has likewise formally marked for a changeless rent at 3 Neal Street.