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The Oracle, Reading - Unit L12

Reading

11,915 sqft

Retail

Bar & Restaurant

Event

Shop Share

Unique

A Little About This Space

If you’re looking to launch outside the capital - but in full view of London's commuters – try The Oracle in Reading. This shopping centre is popular with locals, having brought in brands and stores that weren’t previously available on the high street. Join Reiss, Hugo Boss, Apple, H&M, Debenhams and 16 million shoppers now with this large retail space.

The space is on the lower ground floor, near HMV and Supercuts. It has two customer entrances and used to be a bookshop: with lots of different spaces to explore on the ground floor. It’s big and also has room for a kitchen/cafe: great for multipurpose ideas, workshops, and big-scale retail ambitions. Anything that needs a lot of room and is looking for the footfall to match. Downstairs, there’s a basement with 6 separate rooms for storage and office space.

The Oracle is a 5-minute walk from the nearest train station and has 2,300 customer parking spaces. The centre also has its own app for shoppers to use – keeping them up to date on what’s new in store. Another plus.

FACTS & FIGURES

The Oracle houses 113 tenants over 70,500 sq ft.
The centre includes 90 retailers, 21 restaurants and an 11-screen cinema.
Annual footfall is 16 million and average retail spend is £76.
77% of the centre’s catchment area belongs to the top 3 highest-spending demographic categories.

Amenities

  • Lighting
  • Toilets
  • Security system
  • Wheelchair accessible

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Home Truths

Not all of the light fixtures are currently working, be sure to plan for lighting in your fit out proposals.

Please note that all quoting rents are on the basis of a pop up with landlord breaks after the first 2 or 3 months. Longer terms without landlord breaks will lead to higher rents.

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