The boutique cinema operator will take 11,000 sq ft across the ground and lower ground floors of the building (pictured above), with the venue expected to open in 2019.
Broadgate has seen a number of recent additions, including Eataly, with the Italian marketplace selecting 135 Bishopsgate to open its first UK location in 2020.
Crispin Lilly, chief executive at Everyman, said that it thought this amazing and innovative development in such an exciting part of London was a perfect fit for Everyman.
“We particularly like Broadgate’s focus on people and the experience, whether this is through its use of public squares and outdoor dining or its ambition to become a landmark retail destination.
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“Everyman’s success is rooted in our absolute focus on the customer experience, whether it is from our unique and welcoming bars, quality food and drink or, most importantly, our terrific venue teams.
“Everyman customers have high expectations and our ongoing challenge is to meet or exceed them.
“We believe our cinema will become a key part of the evolving social scene around 1FA.”
Claire Barber, head of central London retail and Meadowhall at British Land, added: “Everyman is exactly the kind of brand that we’re looking to join us at Broadgate as we focus on the campus’ evolution into a vibrant, mixed-use neighbourhood.
“Perfectly complementing the campus’ increasingly diverse selection of restaurants and bars, Everyman will be a major draw for visitors throughout the week and will provide another evening venue for our customers on campus.”