Westminster, LONDON UK – From Tuesday 11th to Sunday 16th July, Wimbledon finals week, Orchard Place, SW1 will become a new destination to watch the Wimbledon action in the heart of historic Westminster.
Throughout the week, Orchard Place will showcase the excitement of the finals with live broadcasts on a big screen from 11 am to 7:30 pm daily. With access free of charge, guests will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the electric atmosphere of the Championships, whether relaxing in the comfy deck chairs or engaging in a lively table tennis match.
The newly opened Farmer J St. James’s is set to make this week even more special from Monday to Friday with their exclusive Wimbledon-themed food and drinks bundle, cocktail bar Beetle Juice will also be open each day of the pop-up from 12 pm until 7 pm. Over the weekend, Margo & Rita will be serving up their Mexican street food on Saturday, and on Sunday, fresh pasta from Man in Pasta will be on offer.
If that wasn’t enough to entice your taste buds, Araw Ice Cream will add a touch of sweetness to the event with their ice cream cart popping up from the 13th to the 16th of July. Araw is a new kind of ice cream that takes you places. Inspired by vibrant cultures, their artisanal ice cream brings a taste of all corners of the world with every scoop, through its unique mix of authentic flavours and decadent textures.
Don’t miss out on this fun opportunity to be part of Wimbledon finals week live at Orchard Place. Follow @orchard.place.
– Orchard Place, SW1H 0BF (opposite St James’s Park tube station)
– Free and open to public
DAILY EVENT SCHEDULE:
– Wimbledon Screenings: 11 am – 7:30 pm
– Food & Beverage: 12 pm – 7 pm
ABOUT ORCHARD PLACE AT THE BROADWAY
Orchard Place at The Broadway, SW1 is a vibrant living and lifestyle destination designed by Northacre to build a sense of community and reinvigorate Westminster. This contemporary community destination offers a blended lifestyle ecosystem that has been curated with stylish simplicity, defining a new era of living.
Within Orchard Place, visitors and residents can immerse themselves in six pillars of the community: Live, Eat, Shop, Work, Move, and Play.
As the area evolves into a thriving business and leisure neighbourhood for London, a modern 20,025 sq. ft. retail hub will play a significant role in enriching everyday life. This unique space will host a carefully curated mix of food and lifestyle retailers that strive to align with the Orchard Place community framework.
Orchard Place also delivers two outstanding workplaces of 63,000 and 52,000 sq ft, surrounded by public realm and parks in SW1’s vibrant new quarter. The bright and flexible workspaces have been designed by renowned British architectural practice Squire & Partners. Crafted to blend the energy of a modern office with the additional benefits of a contemporary community destination, these are spaces for individuals and organisations to learn, grow and thrive.
The Broadway provides 258 apartments in six new towers and includes 16,000 square feet of health, fitness and spa amenities that afford residents the chance to relax and recharge in an exceptional setting. Facilities include an elegant 25m pool, gym and personal training studio, treatment rooms and a spacious, state-of-the-art games room, that can be booked by residents as additional entertainment space, alongside well-equipped meeting rooms and screening room.
Orchard Place at The Broadway will bring a fresh and innovative addition to one of London’s most historic areas by seamlessly integrating with the lives of its inhabitants and the city around it. This new destination will reflect a modern and reinvented take on one of London’s most historic areas.
With 30 years of experience, Northacre is London’s leading developer of exquisite residences in the most sought-after locations. Northacre distinguishes itself through an intrinsic understanding of quality, where passionate attention to detail is combined with an appreciation for craftsmanship, heritage, and innovation. Northacre has been responsible for the notable developments of The Lancasters, The Phillimores, Kings Chelsea, and The Bromptons, to name but a few. The schemes remain landmark locations within London.