Drum Property Group and Capital & Regional have today announced a raft of new lettings at Buttermarket in Ipswich, as their plans to reposition the shopping centre gather pace.
Drum Property Group and Capital & Regional have agreed terms with four well-known restaurant brands.
Wagamama has agreed to occupy 3,250 sq ft on a 25-year lease and Byron Burger will take a 3,480 sq ft unit on a 25-year lease.
They will be joined by US restaurant and bar Coast to Coast and Prezzo, which will occupy 4,300 and 3,150 sq ft respectively, both on 25-year leases.
The joint owners have also announced that a 4,000 sq ft unit has been placed under offer with Cosy Club, and that they are in advanced negotiations for the remaining four dining units.
In November, Drum Property Group and Capital & Regional announced that Empire will operate a 12-screen cinema complex and Pure Gym will open a new facility at Buttermarket. Construction is underway with both units due to be handed over for fit-out in June.