Scheme which will transform disused Eurostar terminal to open in 2021
Government-owned regeneration specialist LCR has appointed Savills as management advisors at Waterloo.London, the 135,000 sq ft retail and leisure development it is creating in the London’s South Bank.
Savills will provide support to centre manager Lynne Glover, advising on operational management issues across the site.
Set within the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station, Waterloo.London will feature forty new glass-fronted units over three floors and will include malls, a mezzanine and public spaces along a new pedestrianised street, the Waterloo Curve.
At its centre will be Time Out Market London – Waterloo, a food and cultural market concept. Time Out Market London – Waterloo will occupy two floors at Waterloo.London and accommodate around 500 seats.
Lucy Robinson, asset management director at LCR, said: “Waterloo.London is one of the most significant new retail schemes in the capital. Designed to capture the creative spirit and personality of Waterloo, it will feature an eclectic mix of food, drink, shopping and culture, creating a new benchmark for progressive retail destinations.
“We are pleased to be working with Savills in these early stages to help lay the groundwork for our opening in Spring 2021, creating a truly unique experience for Waterloo’s 100 million passengers and the 20 million tourists that visit the South Bank every year.”
Cushman & Wakefield and Union Street Partners are joint leasing agents for Waterloo.London.