A non-profit kosher supermarket moves into a new temporary store.
Kosher Outlet, which is leaving its Pentavia Village site, Edgware, will now be temporarily based at the Tilling Road parking lot in Brent Cross.
It is part of the Brent Cross Town Project, a new 180-acre downtown regeneration developed by Argent Related in partnership with Barnet.
A non-profit organization, Kosher Outlet provides a wide variety of products, including groceries, toiletries, household and baby products, meat and poultry.
Helping Kosher Outlet move to Brent Cross Town allows the supermarket to continue providing local service to over 1,800 families in the area.
Marc Lerner, of Kosher Outlet, said: “We are looking forward to opening our new temporary store in Brent Cross Town and are delighted to have had the support of Argent Related so that we can continue to provide an essential service to our community.
“This part of North London is about to undergo a big transformation, and we are excited to be a part of the development as it evolves.”
Nick Searl, Partner of Silver Related, said: “Since the inception of Brent Cross Town, we have been committed to supporting organizations and initiatives that reflect the ambitions of the new downtown to be an inclusive and focused place. people in whom all communities can thrive.
“Kosher Outlet is a valued member of the North London Jewish community and we are delighted to have helped them find suitable new accommodation so that they can continue to serve their customers in the area.
Cllr Daniel Thomas, Head of Barnet Council, said: “This is another positive addition to Brent Cross Town, which will be welcomed by our current residents as well as those who will relocate to our new park town. . The Brent Cross Cricklewood regeneration program has always sought to bring a wide range of benefits to our communities. I hope Kosher Outlet thrives in their new home.
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This notice was published: 2021-09-01 15:44:48