A retail line up fit for an aspirational audience
Comprising three covered malls and a first floor leisure hub, Southside offers 530,000 sq ft of retail, restaurant and leisure space, anchored by Waitrose and one of London’s top performing cinemas.
530,000 sq ft
of retail, restaurant and leisure space
The centre has cemented its position as Wandsworth’s primary shopping and leisure destination, providing a mix of convenience brands along with key high street names such as Uniqlo, Primark and H&M.
Visitors looking for restaurants and leisure are also well-provided for with seventeen F&B offers, a range of gyms and a fourteen-screen Cineworld complete with new 4DX.
Southside’s leisure offer will be amplified by the introduction of new occupiers in the Debenham’s space in early 2020.
Wandsworth’s primary shopping & leisure destination
A healthy body and mind, covered.
The centre provides several fitness offers including Orange Theory, The Gym and Nuffield Health, with a new flagship gym set to open by Q4 2019.
Residents can buy a range of health foods at Holland & Barrett and Planet Organic, or head to the latter’s upper floor for a range of strength classes at Local Motion.
With Decathlon, Trespass and JD Sports, there’s no shortage of places to stock up on fitness equipment either.
Southside caters to a range of tastes with brands including Wagamama, Nandos, Ekachai and Five Guys.
Rebound offers craft beers, pizza and competitive socialising while those who want to grab a quick lunch can head to the piazza for Streetcube, a sustainable food concept by Olivier Blanc and Pascal Gerrard.
With so many residents surrounding Southside, restaurant delivery trade is thriving and this looks set to continue as the local population expands.
Southside has a 70% recycling rate compared to most centres at 40-50%.
A revolutionary and sustainability-focussed
Southside aims to provide a safe and sustainable space for customers and the local community.
Southside coffee cups are recycled into paper which is sent back to be used at the centre and, through solar panels and a rain-water harvesting system, there have been grea improvements to limit the use of natural resources. This has minimised Southside’s impact on the environment and served to lower operational costs while improving the centre’s resilience as a business.
The centre has also recently welcomed Street Cube – a revolutionary, sustainability-focussed street dining concept. The Cubes aim to serve the best in sustainable food-to-go while being committed to reducing CO2 levels and eliminating plastic waste.