Affectionately known as WGC, Welwyn Garden City was one of the UK’s first new towns, developed in the 1920s. Famed for its neo-Georgian town centre and tree-lined boulevards, this retail parade echoes the town’s signature style. Located in a prime shopping area, the retail parade comprises nine-ground floor commercial units and a mix of commercial and residential uppers. Currently, the nine retail tenants include a number of high-street banks and well-known brand names.
“WGC has had more than a facelift. Its retail scene is growing with the advent of John Lewis and a swift commute into King’s Cross is pushing prices up. A good prospect for those looking to move out of town.”