D&D London set for King's Cross site

05 July 2013
D&D London set for King's Cross site

D&D London is understood to be taking a lease at the German Gymnasium in London's King's Cross.

The site, developed by Argent, offers up to 10,000 sq ft of restaurant space.

The space, built in 1865, was a gymnasium hosting indoor events of the first National Olympic Games.

Most recently the space was used by Argent as the marketing suite for the development of Kings Cross and prior to that as the marketing suite for St Pancras.

A spokesperson for D&D London said: "We are looking at the site and are huge fans of King's Cross and everything that is going on there at the moment, as well as the iconic German Gymnasium building".

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