The Village King Street, Reading, RG1 2HG

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22,200 sq ft

The Village occupies a prime location on Kings Street with dual frontage onto both King Street and The Riverside. The schemes main frontage onto King Street benefits from a large Piccadilly Circus style LED curved screen.

The Village has recently been refurbished and converted into an exciting new leisure destination which forms a natural link between The Riverside and the new King Street restaurant pitch, which has seen a host of new leisure operators including Pho, Honest Burger and The Botanist open in recent years, and with further additions including Busaba Eathai to open in the near future.

  • Dual frontage benefitting from quick access to the Oracle Shopping Centre and the Reading’s prime pedestrianised pitch, Broad Street

  • Nearby occupiers include Prezzo, TGI Fridays’, Franco Manca, Honest Burger and The Botanist.

  • Recently refurbished to a high standard.

  • Range of attractive ground and first floor units available ranging from 325 sq ft (30.2 sq m) to 8,090 sq ft (751.6 sq m) – various configurations available.

  • National operators Pho Vietnamese Street Food and Escape Hunt already secured.

  • Reading’s first external advertising screen to King Street frontage for benefit of centre occupiers.

Reading is the main commercial centre in the Royal County of Berkshire. It benefits from being extremely well located in the M4 corridor, 38 miles west of Central London, 25 miles south of Oxford and 18 miles north of Basingstoke. The city has excellent transport links with Junction 10 of the M4, just 3.5 miles (5 km) to the south of the subject property connecting Reading to the national motorway network. Reading station is a hub for First Great Western rail services, with a fastest journey time of 26 minutes to London, running every 15 minutes at peak times. Reading station is among the busiest outside London and was substantially upgraded between 2014-2015, with five additional platforms, a new link bridge and an additional entrance. The redeveloped station will accommodate the new Elizabeth line service when Crossrail becomes operational in December 2019. We understand that Reading station will be serviced by two Crossrail trains an hour, which will run directly into central London.

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This was last updated on 25/02/2021