Hanningtons Lane – Joyful Eccentricity

Whatever your interest – art, architecture, food, jewelry, fashion, music – few places deliver like Brighton. The Lanes are located at the historic core of the city and are a huge pull for locals and tourists alike. The shops, restaurants and cafes here create a truly unique atmosphere and attract 11.2 million visitors per annum*, 9.6 million of whom are day trippers, spending £353 million.

The city has an enviable programme of events and festivals, as well attractions such as the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Palace Pier, BA i360, Zip Wire and of course the beach.

Hanningtons Lane is at the heart of all the action and will bring Brighton’s young, creative and affluent crowds together to explore, meet, eat, drink and shop. A carefully curated mix of inspiring tenants will ensure a vibrant new cultural and retail destination for Brighton. Fiercely individual, Hanningtons Lane will blend pioneering fashion, cutting-edge art and inspiring food and produce from around the world.

Hanningtons Estate is already populated by brands such as White Company, Kurt Geiger, Sandro, Maje, Cath Kidston and Flying Tiger, and is adjacent to a great range of independents such as Choccywoccydoodah, Kellerwood, Frames in the Lanes, Riddle & Finns and Donatello.

Habitat is opening its first city centre store in 10 years here in October and Gingerman Restaurant Group has signed up to a beautifully designed, flint clad restaurant, at the heart of the new Lane, opening January 2019.

To find out more about this unique opportunity contact Simon Morris at GCW on 020 7408 0030 or James Andrews/Dominic Brady at KLM Retail on 020 7317 3700.

*Tourism South East January 2018

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