Taking a 1,900 sq ft site, Burger King’s new restaurant will offer 43 covers and deliver both takeaway and dine-in services.
Pension manager Railpen, who manage the scheme, says the arrival follows a strong start to the year for Caledonia Park with retailers enjoying an increase in like-for-like sales of 20% against 2022.
Burger King’s opening at the destination follows recent news that Starbucks will be joining the scheme within the coming weeks.
Maria Averkina, asset and development manager at Railpen, said: “We’re pleased to have Burger King open its doors at Caledonia Park and deliver a successful and popular offering to our evolving F&B line up, supporting and complimenting a variety of our existing operators. It provides something different for both visitors and locals, and we look forward to continue seeing this destination thrive.”
Johnstone Property Consultants and Time Retail Partners acted on behalf of Caledonia Park, while John Menzies of Savills acted for Burger King.