We are delighted to announce that we have signed luxury cinema concept, Everyman, for The Brentford Project, our new 1.2 million sq ft riverside community and residential-led development in Brentford, West London. Located in the heart of the scheme on 3 West Bradbury Yard, the new leisure-focused anchor tenant, Everyman, will be easily accessible from Brentford High Street. The 10,973 sq ft space will feature components of Everyman’s luxurious cinema offering.
A spokesperson at Everyman commented: “We are delighted to be joining the Brentford Project as the leisure anchor. Ballymore’s vision to create a thriving community, in which the retail and leisure offer serves both the residents and the wider area, reflects our own lifestyle approach. We are looking forward to bringing the Everyman experience to Brentford.”
Richard Pearce, Senior Development Manager at Ballymore, added: “The signing of Everyman at the heart of the Brentford Project matches our intention to provide a day-to-evening offer for our community and visitors alike. The brand is perfectly aligned to Ballymore and the other businesses opening at The Brentford Project, supporting and nurturing independent and unique retail and dining brands. Everyman brings us one step further to completing our long-term community vision and forms a key element to the final phases of the riverside development.”
The news follows an independent gift shop signing, Mother Rugger, a 1,116 sq ft space on Bradshaw Yard, which opened in December. In addition, new dining entrants will also be opening their doors in the coming months, including artisan bakery and coffee shop, GAIL’s and a debut for family-owned all-day dining concept, Rottura, co-founded by MasterChef: The Professionals quarter finalist Elena Frattura and her twin sister, Emily.
By transforming 11.8 acres along the southern half of the town’s High Street, The Brentford Project will reconnect the High Street with the waterfront via a series of pedestrianised yards. Alongside 876 new homes, the development will bring an eclectic mix of dining, entertainment, shopping and leisure amenities, and over five acres of landscaping and public realm. Two riverside docks will be revitalised and transformed into new leisure hubs, attracting visitors from West London and beyond.