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Samba time at St Mark’s Square

Wed 8 April 2015, 12:21 pm

Brazilian-themed restaurant chain, Preto, has signed to take space at St Mark’s Square in Bromley.

A CGI of St Mark's Square

The latest signing leaves one available unit at the scheme, which is being developed by Cathedral Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Development Securities.

Preto now operates seven restaurants across London and the south-east. Michelle Kindon, who will be general manager of the St. Marks’s Square Preto, is a Bromley resident.

She said: “We are happy to be contributing to the wide variety of family dining in the scheme. As a Bromley local for over 10 years, I know that St Mark's Square is a much-needed social hub for the area and I very much look forward to its completion.” 

St Mark’s Square is due to complete at the end of 2015. Projections estimate that the scheme will boost the local economy by £220 million over 10 years.

It will also include a nine-screen multiplex VUE cinema, a 130-bedroom Premier Inn hotel, 200 private and affordable apartments and a new 400-space underground car park.

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