P-Three appointed as joint leasing agent on Wimbledon Quarter

P-Three, the leasing & consultancy agency for retail, leisure and restaurant destinations has been appointed by Romulus as joint leasing agent across retail, leisure and F&B uses.

With exceptional connections into central London and beyond, and with the very latest Third Space health club now open, P-Three has been appointed by Romulus as joint agents alongside Cushman & Wakefield to continue Wimbledon Quarter’s transformation into an exceptional mixed-use hub for retail, leisure, eating, drinking and soon to launch office spaces, all of which are being designed around the consumer of the future.

P-Three have been appointed due to their extensive leasing track record across the UK and London; delivering best in class brands to the best located assets. Wimbledon Quarter has undertaken a huge transformation under Romulus’ ownership; from creating a huge retractable roof and new public square, adding office uses, opening one the largest luxury gyms in London and starting development works for a new restaurant cluster, Wimbledon Quarter is now one of the exemplars of urban lifestyle schemes.

Thomas Rose, Co-founder of P-Three said: “We offer an integrated retail and F&B leasing team to our clients and Wimbledon Quarter is a great example of this. We are joining the project at a stage where the new offices and leisure facilities are launching and we are now tasked with bringing incredible retail and restaurant brands to exploit the potential of the amazing catchment”.

Alex Woolf, Director, Romulus said: “We were impressed with P-Three’s creative thinking and passion for leasing; a combination of skillsets which fits well for our vision for Wimbledon Quarter. We are all about delivering tangible results and we are delighted to have P-Three on board to help deliver this.”

P-Three’s leasing projects include St James Quarter in Edinburgh, Lakeside shopping centre, Trocadero London and East Bank in Stratford. The team is also advising on the redevelopment Elephant at 318 Oxford Street, Bankside Yards in Southwark and on London estates such as One Tower Bridge Estate and Tower42 in the City of London.