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New food court, new flavour

Cushman & Wakefield adds flavour to the new foodcourt Eats in City 2

Looking for ground-breaking food and hospitality concepts in the centre of our capital? The newly revamped City 2 shopping mall in Brussels has shown its appetite for innovation, expanding the capacity and upgrading the food options of its own unique food court that goes by the succinct and powerful name of Eats. Cushman & Wakefield sank its teeth into the project and made a significant contribution to the project’s commercialisation.

Cushman & Wakefield: supplying top international food players

“The food court will be a new driving force for the mall”, says Sam Perneel, Head of Asset Management Retail at AG Real Estate -. “The mix of international, national and local hospitality and food options, all with different price ranges, offers a great variety of global cuisine.”
With a total area of 1,500 square metres, units varying from 40 to 300 square metres, over 400 seats and 20 food hot spots, Eats gets things cooking in the heart of Brussels’ most trendy shopping location. Cushman & Wakefield brought in several renowned international players, including some exciting newcomers. 
Canadian Copper Branch serves vegan burgers and will open its first Belgian branch, while famous American burger chain Five Guys joins in to open its first Brussels franchise outlet. 

Expertise with a global appetite

Tasty names that Cushman & Wakefield brought into the project include, among others, Thai Café, Chitir Chicken, Lasagna Tiramisu and Bagl.
In short, our expertise made the successful commercialisation of the City 2 food court possible, and enabled us to convince big names in the international food and hospitality industry to establish a foothold in the European capital.

Try Eats for yourself, open from July in City 2 Brussels, or get in touch about the commercialisation of your project.