Retail | 23.08.2016

London’s Oxford Street is poised to be pedestrianised by 2020 – exactly what the West End needs, argues Harper Dennis Hobbs’ Jonathan De Mello.

The Mayor’s proposed pedestrianisation of Oxford Street is most welcome. Residents, workers and tourists alike would benefit hugely from it – and the West End …

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New York gallery finds its Eden on Bond Street

Eden Fine Art, represented by Harper Dennis Hobbs, has taken a lease over 123 New Bond Street.  The 2,600 sq ft store represents the first …

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Ana Mendi Joins HDH

Ana Mendi has joined Harper Dennis Hobbs as a Director in its Eurpoean team. Mendi joins HDH from Desigual where she was head of Global …

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New stores for Danish Eyewear retailer CrossEyes

Danish Eyewear retailer CrossEyes has completed deals for three new UK stores. HDH advised CrossEyes on the acquisition of units in Richmond, Sheffield and Londonderry. …

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