The European-style square at the gateway to King’s Cross
Just moments from King’s Cross and St Pancras Stations, leafy Pancras Square is an oasis for local workers and visitors. Modern and cosmopolitan, the square buzzes with energy throughout the day and into the evening.
With its cascading water features and beautiful planting, this is a popular spot for an alfresco lunch or after-work drinks.
Retail and restaurants at Pancras Square
Leon, Wasabi, craft coffee shop Notes and Tortilla offer more casual lunch and take-out options. US sportswear giant, Nike just launched its first ever neighbourhood concept store at Two Pancras Square. These venues will soon be joined by Korean eatery Kimchee.
The local office community
Pancras Square is the heart of the office community at King’s Cross. Google, Louis Vuitton, media giant Havas and Universal Music all have headquarter buildings around the square. The Camden Council community building with its public library and leisure centre is also here.
For everyone working in and around King’s Cross, Pancras Square is the ideal spot to unwind after a busy day.
Retail opportunity at Four Pancras Square
Just one retail opportunity remains at Pancras Square – a 12,755 sq ft/1,185 sq m restaurant, bar and music venue at Four Pancras Square.
This unit is located between Pancras Square, Regent’s Canal and Granary Square, with its 10,000 visitors a day. A new pedestrian bridge opposite the unit will link directly to the shopping destination Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square.
The unit is over three levels, with an impressive double height main entrance and outside seating with two aspects. Three distinctive areas allow for an all-day offer.
Four Pancras Square is the headquarters building for Universal Music and is designed by Eric Parry Architects.
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