Brighton's newest lane with the first retailers finishing fit outs of their units in time for the opening last month. Hanningtons Lane is part of Hanningtons Estate, which developer Redevco is transforming into an exciting destination blending retail, food and beverage, architecture, and street art.
Gingerman Restaurants has opened its latest concept, The Flint House, a new 50 cover restaurant with rooftop terrace, offering a contemporary British small plate and sharing offer to great reviews.
Independent artisan ice cream maker Brass Monkey is teaming up with micro roasters Pharmacie and opening a second Brighton store. Every shopfront has been individually designed to emulate the best of Brighton complimented by a giant gothic Alice in Wonderland mural by renowned street artist Eelus.
Oliver Bonas is the latest high profile retailer to move to North Street within Hanningtons Estate. The brand’s showroom will be close to Habitat, Watches of Switzerland, Flying Tiger and Cath Kidston. Habitat opened its flagship city centre store in November and Watches of Switzerland will also open this Spring. Hotel Chocolat has exchanged contracts and will be fitting out in July.
“Our vision for North Street was to extend the premium retail offer already found in East Street and we are delighted to welcome Oliver Bonas. The estate is a carefully curated mix of the very best high street and independent brands” says Andrew Foulds, portfolio director at Redevco.