Cushman & Wakefield - retail innovations at Future Cities Forum
Interior of Granary Square Brasserie, King's Cross, London
Future Cities Forum has been exploring the development of Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard at King's Cross, London. This development will form part of our retail panel discussions in January where we are looking at the latest designs and innovations in shopping and eating destinations with the help of Cushman & Wakefield, Benoy Architects and Bracknell Forest Council.
Featured above is the interior of Caprice Holdings' new restaurant which opened two weeks ago, called the Granary Square Brasserie, situated inside a converted Victorian warehouse, next to Central Saint Martin's College of Art campus and Coal Drops Yard.
Cushman & Wakefield is acting as advisor to the new Coal Drops Yard due to open next year as a new shopping and eating destination. Coal Drops Yard was built in the 1850s on the canal side at King's Cross, where coal was taken in from the north of England. Heatherwick Studio is bringing back to life th