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Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street

High Wycombe, HP11 2DQ

Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo Main
Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo 2
Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo 3
Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo Main
Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo 2
Eden Shopping Centre, White Hart Street, High Wycombe, Other / Retail To Let - Photo 3
Property Type Other / Retail
Tenure To Let
Size 592 to 3,592 sq ft
Rent Rent on Application
Energy Performance Rating This property has been graded as C

TOWN CENTRE RETAIL

Key Points

  • Various retail & storage units available
  • Close proximity to a wide range of local & national occupiers
  • 420k Residents in catchment area
  • Household income 52% above national average
  • SEG Profile 67% ABC1 (26% above the UK average)
  • New leases are available for a minimum period of 5 years.

Location

High Wycombe town centre has an extensive range of retail and leisure facilities and also an excellent train service to London Marylebone with a fastest direct journey time of less than 30 minutes.

Description

EDEN Shopping Centre was constructed in 2008 & is currently home to 120 local & national retailers, restaurant & leisure operators across c. 850,000 sq ft, inc. a 12-screen Cineworld, Hollywood Bowl, Fitness Gym, House of Fraser, TK Maxx, Decathlon, H&M, New Look, Wagamamas & Nandos.

It is one of the largest centres in the SE with a catchment area containing 420,000 residents. Various retail units located in Union Parade, Eden Walk & White Hart Street are available on longer term leases. White Hart Street is the main pedestrian shopping route in the heart of the Town Centre & leads to the busiest entrance to the Eden Shopping Centre which has an annual footfall of 14m.