Property developers are set to spend £100 million transforming the north-east corner of London’s Leicester Square.
Owners Soho Estates have appointed commercial property adviser Colliers to find a new tenant to turn the site into a new “destination” in the famous square, best known for hosting red carpet movie premieres.
The corner currently houses a Zoo Bar, Burger King, Pizza Hut and Chiquito, alongside offices.
The site sits next door to the Odeon cinema – which hosts its fair share of premieres – and bosses hope to find the next M&Ms World or Lego flagship to fill the space.
Bosses are keen to work with a lead tenant to mold the new site into a bespoke building to complement whichever brand they manage to secure…
Main image: North East corner, Leicester Square – Wikimedia Commons