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Covent Garden has been transformed into a world-class retail destination, welcoming over 40 million customer visits a year and over 160 new brands since 2006.

With retailers including Apple, Burberry, Tom Ford, Cheaney Shoes and Jo Malone London, the area boasts a unique blend of global, British and independent brands curated to satisfy every shopping need in London.

Over 25 standalone beauty and fragrance boutiques form ‘The Beauty Quarter’ at Covent Garden including beauty boutiques from Chanel, Dior and Tom Ford in the Market Building.

Capco continues to strengthen the offering of gifting and luxury accessories at the Royal Opera House Arcade with a line-up of premium retailers including Europe’s leading Swiss watch retailer Bucherer, Mulberry and British cashmere brand N.Peal.

The repositioning of Floral Street as a fashion and lifestyle destination continues to progress with the introduction of A.P.C, American Vintage, Ganni and Glossier. Fitness technology company Peloton will open early next year.

The successful transformation of Henrietta Street has established a new menswear and dining destination in London. Australian eyewear brand, Bailey Nelson, opened its only UK store on Henrietta Street joining Cheaney Shoes and Fred Perry. The stores compliment the community of independent, British and global brands, representing the finest aspects of men’s retail, alongside high quality dining concepts on the street.

Explore Covent Garden



Capco has driven a transformation of Covent Garden's dining by welcoming a host of destination restaurants to the estate, many of which have been 'UK firsts'.


covent garden heritage

In the 17th and 18th centuries, Covent Garden's coffee houses became popular in literary circles, attracting writers such as Samuel Pepys, John Dryden, Jonathan Swift and Samuel Johnson.