Two major entertainment venues are opening their doors at Ram Quarter this month, cementing the development’s status as one of south London’s most exciting leisure destinations.
Strike is a boutique bowling venue, offering a range of activities from traditional ten-pin bowling to duckpin bowling, smart darts and electric shuffleboard. Players can also enjoy American-style diner food, craft beer and cocktails.
Boom: Battle Bar provides a unique night-out experience with an eclectic mix of indoor games from crazy golf and table tennis to beer pong and – for the more adventurous – Bavarian axe throwing. Alongside a beer and cocktail bar, a varied street food menu is also available.
Greenland has agreed 15-year and 20-year leases with Boom and Strike respectively. Boom has taken a prime 10,000 sq ft spot on Ram Quarter’s riverside promenade. Strike is located in an 8,400 sq ft, two-storey unit in the development’s restored brewery buildings, with frontages onto Bubbling Well Square and Wandsworth High Street.
These latest openings follow a strong run of leasing announcements by Greenland which has maintained momentum at Ram Quarter through the COVID-19 pandemic. The development is now established as a thriving retail and leisure hub at the heart of Wandsworth town centre, with Greenland securing a diverse mix of mostly independent brands. These include Sambrook’s brewery and taproom, where a collaboration with Crust Bros Pizza launched earlier this year, alongside Mai Thai deli, Schooner bar, fine dining restaurant London Stock, Backyard Cinema and Story Coffee.
Taotao Song, CEO of Greenland, UK, said: “The opening of these two dynamic venues marks the latest exciting milestone in our work to bring a fresh new leisure offer to Wandsworth. We’ve seen strong ongoing occupier interest at Ram Quarter reflecting our efforts to establish its reputation as a fun, different destination with something for everyone.”
Ram Quarter is Greenland’s multi award-winning mixed-use redevelopment of the former Young’s brewery site. It has delivered more than 300 homes, including the award-winning restored Coopers' Lofts apartments within the Grade-II listed brewery buildings alongside new-build apartments.