Aldi is set to open at Fulham Broadway Retail Centre, after taking a 20-year lease for a 12,734 sq ft unit formerly occupied by Wilko.
The signing follows a transformative year for the scheme, which saw investment from asset manager CBRE IM and a number of new additions to the centre’s line-up.
The supermarket retailer will join other recent arrivals at Fulham Broadway including flexible workspace Fulham Works by Spacemade, and David Lloyd Clubs. Other retailers at the scheme include Accessorize, Nando’s, Vue, Pret a Manger, Starbucks, and Wagamama.
Aldi is expected to open later this year.
Louisa Butters, head of retail asset management UK at CBRE IM, said: “Aldi is one of the biggest supermarkets in the UK and its new store at Fulham Broadway reflects our strategy to ensure that our proposition is relevant to our consumer needs. We believe Aldi is an excellent addition to our retail mix and we look forward to welcoming them.”
GCW represented CBRE IM, whilst Stripe Street acted for Aldi.