Lendlease has announced that three food and beverage focused brands are joining Elephant Park in Southwark, London.
Latin American grocery and café DistriAndina has signed for a new 2,100 sq ft unit on Elephant Park’s Ash Avenue after rising in popularity has become a popular local business from their site within Elephant & Castle’s railway arches.
Sourdough pizza specialists Four Hundred Rabbits have opened their fifth pizza parlour, at Elephant Park comprising 1,790 sq ft and offering their signature sourdough pizza menu, monthly specials, craft beer, and brand-new range of ‘hutch-made’ gelato and sorbet.
London-based pub group Livelyhood rounds off the lettings trio, launching their eighth site in the capital at Elephant Park later this year, called The Rosy Hue – a dog-friendly 3,100 sq ft venue featuring a large bar and dining space serving food and drink from local suppliers and producers.
Guy Thomas, head of place assets at Lendlease, commented on the latest signings, saying: “Signing Livelyhood, Four Hundred Rabbits, and DistriAndina bolsters the offer to our local community, and highlights our commitment to building a diverse and balanced array of operators within Elephant Park. Each of these brands have roots in South London and will bring something unique to Elephant Park.”
Nash Bond, CF Commercial and Shelley Sandzer represented Lendlease.