- Boom Cycle, Knight Frank, Birleys and Farmstand start their fit outs at Southbank Place
- Coco di Mama and Island Poké will also open units this summer
- Leon and Grind will open later in the year
- Already trading successfully in Southbank Place are Marks & Spencer, Boots and Gail’s Bakery
Southbank Place continues to attract a diverse and desirable range of high-profile tenants. The latest retailers to commit to the development include boutique spinning concept, Boom Cycle, artisan sandwich retailer Birleys and Italian coffee shop Coco di Mama.
White Rabbit-funded enterprise Island Poké and profit with purpose build-your-own eatery Farmstand will also take up units in Building 2. Also in Building 2, flexible working company WeWork are fitting out their largest ever office space at 299,877 sq. ft. Fast food giant Leon and espresso and cocktail bar Grind will also open units in the residential buildings 4A and 4B later in the year.
This vibrant new mix of tenants will complement the existing retailers, Marks & Spencer, Boots and Gail’s Bakery, in addition to Knight Frank, who are set to open their 2,410 sq. ft. flagship office in the summer.
Boom Cycle have started their fitout of a new 6,500 sq. ft. spinning and yoga studio, their largest site so far.
Already one of London’s most popular destinations visited by over 22 million people each year, the South Bank is set to be boosted with the upcoming completion of the landmark Southbank Place project. The development, comprised of seven beautifully-designed buildings, will include a prominent piazza and collection of public squares creating the perfect destination to live, work and relax.
Commenting on the lettings Stuart Fyfe, Head of Retail Leasing at Southbank Place said “We have had a high level of interest in Southbank Place from the outset. We always strived to deliver an interesting tenant mix with best in class operators who would appeal to workers, residents and tourists. The tenants secured will enhance this high quality mixed-use development with a wide variety of appealing offers and will redefine the success of the South Bank.”
Developed by Braeburn Estates, a joint venture between Canary Wharf Group plc and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company, the site will in total provide 48,000 sq. ft. of shops, restaurants and bars, plus 530,000 sq. ft. of office space, and a direct entrance to London Waterloo Underground Station.
For further information on Southbank Place or to book an appointment in the marketing suite visit www.southbank-place.com or call 0207 001 3600.
For further information, please contact:
Canary Wharf Group plc
T: 020 7418 2166