CWM have been instructed by Capco on Covent Garden since they bought the Estate in 2006. Since this time, Capco have increased their ownership in the area around Covent Garden Piazza, James Street, Floral Street, Long Acre, King Street and Henrietta Street to create one of the most successful London estates.
CWM have assisted Capco within the district by transforming a once tourist orientated location to one of the capital’s most thriving retail and restaurant destinations, with a reinvigorated retail mix. The centrepiece of the Estate is the Market Building which now acts as the equivalent of a department store with a strong focus on health & beauty, gifts, accessories and food and beverage; King Street is more premium led with a collection of premium fashion and beauty operations in a collection of maison style buildings, flagship stores and smaller boutiques; James Street is one of the highest footfall streets in the world and attracts global brands; Long Acre is home to a number of international high street brands; Floral Street is an established boutique location; Royal Opera House Arcade is the new home for luxury accessories and Henrietta Street is a directional menswear street.
Key lettings that CWM have helped deliver include Apple, Chanel, Galeria Melissa, kikki.K, Kurt Geiger, Ladurée, Links of London, Lululemon, Mariage Frères, Miller Harris, Nigel Cabourn, Oliver Sweeney, Pandora, Penhaligon’s, The Real McCoys, Albam, The Watch Gallery, Lulu Guinness and NAR’s.