Greenland is set to welcome two more leisure operators to Ram Quarter, its redevelopment of the former Young’s brewery site in Wandsworth Town, southwest London.
Greenland has agreed a 20-year lease with bowling brand Strike, to take an 8,400 square-foot two-storey unit. The venue will open on one side onto Wandsworth High Street opposite Southside shopping centre, and on the other side onto Ram Quarter’s Bubbling Well Square. With seven bowling lanes, a contemporary restaurant, a karaoke room, and a bar specialising in cocktails and craft beer, Strike is set to be southwest London’s first boutique bowling alley. Open seven days a week, throughout the day and evening, it will be a warm, relaxed, yet vibrant space welcoming people of all ages.
Alongside Strike, growing yoga operator MoreYoga has agreed a 15-year lease for a 1,110 square-foot unit facing onto Ram Quarter’s central boulevard and historic brewery stables. This latest addition to MoreYoga’s growing roster of London studios is just a five-minute walk from Wandsworth Town station. MoreYoga launched its first studio in 2016 and now has 30 outlets across London. The brand’s success has been built on affordable classes that cater to a mix of abilities, are conveniently located, and are timed to work around people’s everyday lives. More than 10,000 members now use its London studios each week.
The new additions complement existing food and leisure operators at Ram Quarter to deliver a leisure destination during the day and into the evening, including the first permanent home for experiential cinema operator Backyard Cinema, modern fine dining restaurant London Stock, and local independent café and wine bar Story Coffee.
Sambrook’s, the capital’s oldest independent brewer, is also set to establish a new base for its brewing operations at Ram Quarter in the spring, which will be followed by the opening of a tap room and bottle shop.