Take advantage of high footfall and the spending power of a captive City audience, in addition to the many visitors that come to enjoy this magnetic destination.
There are over half a million city workers within the Square Mile 1
The Royal Exchange has its own exit at Bank Station which is used by over 62 million people annually 2
The average customer, who dwells for 30-60 minutes, spends £550 3
61% of city workers are aged between 22 and 39 4
There are over 100 high quality restaurants and 50 four to five-star hotels within a mile 5
Total comparison goods market potential 6
1. The City of London Jobs Factsheet, January 2020. 2. "Multi-year station entry-and-exit figures" for 2017, London Underground station passenger usage data. TFL January 2018. 3. PMA City of London Retail Report. 4. Edelman & Smithfield - The City of London: A New Perspective, October 2015. 5. Booking.com, June 2020. 6. CACI - The Royal Exchange Market Summary July 2019.
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Occupiers at The Royal Exchange benefit from an effective marketing and PR strategy with extensive reach, as well as partnerships and an ongoing events programme, all provided by leading owner and manager, Oxford Properties.
Oxford Properties Group connects people to exceptional places, and is the owner, developer and manager of some of the world’s best real estate assets. Established in 1960, it manages approximately C$60 billion of assets across the globe on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Oxford’s portfolio encompasses office, retail, industrial, hotels and multifamily residential and spans more than 100 million square feet in global gateway cities across four continents. A highly disciplined and thematic investor, Oxford invests in properties, portfolios, development sites, debt, securities and platform opportunities across the risk-reward spectrum. With its global headquarters in Toronto, Oxford operates out of over 15 regional offices including New York, London, Luxembourg, Singapore and Sydney. Its long-term approach to real estate investment aligns Oxford’s interests to its customers and the communities in which it operates. Oxford is owned by OMERS, the defined benefit pension plan for Ontario’s municipal employees. For more information on Oxford, visit www.oxfordproperties.com