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Photo of a vacant shop on the corner of Phillimore Gardens Kensington High Street has been rented out to Yo Sushi! in February 2014.

Photo of a vacant shop on the corner of Phillimore Gardens Kensington High Street has been rented out to Yo Sushi! in February 2014.

26. February 2014
Entrance to Stafford Court flats 43 to 62 on Kensington High Street.

Entrance to Stafford Court flats 43 to 62 on Kensington High Street.

June 2, 2012
Stafford Court. Retail premises on Kensington High Street.

Stafford Court. Retail premises on Kensington High Street.

14. April 2013
Stafford Court windows on Kensington High Street.

Stafford Court windows on Kensington High Street.

14. April 2013
Stafford Court, Kensington High Street façade.

Stafford Court, Kensington High Street façade.

14. April 2013
Stafford Court, Kensington High Street elevation.

Stafford Court, Kensington High Street elevation.

14. April 2013

Stafford Court

Address:
4 Phillimore Gardens, London W8 7DH
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
1932
Viewed:
3228

Description of Stafford Court

Stafford Court is a mixed use building fronting Kensington High street, London W8.

Connected Companies

News: (2)

Ignis Real Estate has let a major restaurant property on London’s Kensington High Street to YO! Sushi.

The chain - which specialises in ‘fast, fresh and fun Japanese food’- is to occupy the 4,400 sq ft 176-206 Kensington High Street which is located at the junction with Phillimore Gardens.

YO! Sushi has taken a new 20-year lease and received three-months rent-free plus a capital contribution to the fit-out. The asking rent for the unit was £250,000pa. Colliers International advised Ignis Real Estate on the letting while Lunson Mitchenall acted for YO! Sushi.

Charlotte Brunt of Colliers International comments: “This is a significant letting for this stretch of Kensington High Street. YO! Sushi is a very strong food offer and a significant driver of footfall”. Founded in 1997, YO! Sushi brought the concept of a Japanese ‘kaiten’ sushi bar that delivered food to customers via a conveyor belt travelling at 8cm per second to the UK.

Today, it has over 70 restaurants worldwide which serve more than 5m diners each year.

Source: Briant Chamption Long http://www.briantchampionlong.co.uk/news/26th-February-2014-YO-say-yes-to-Kensington-High-Street-Sushi-seller-to-occupy-major-restaurant.html#sthash.9zza3KXS.dpuf

04/03/2014 13:04 by Buildington

Stafford Court on Kensington High Street, London W8 - new on Buildington!

18/01/2014 17:13 by Buildington

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