100,000,000 passenger journeys. 135,000 square feet of opportunity. 3 Floors of inspiration. 1 Time Out Market offering the best of the city.
This is Waterloo.London, London’s most dynamic retail, leisure and cultural destination, challenging operators to create a unique destination defying convention through innovation.
A destination of diversity, difference and defiance.
Waterloo.London will be one of the UK’s best connected retail and leisure destinations, a short walk to the capitals leading attractions and landmark views. Waterloo station is the busiest in the UK with over 100 million journeys (source: Network Rail) taken each year.
Four London Underground lines connect to every corner of the city with rail links across London, the South and South West.
Waterloo.London at its most inspiring.
The upper ground floor will have significant footfall, with stair and lift access from the main station concourse as well as escalator links from the five new rail platforms above, down to ground level. Unit sizes are ideally suited to retailers of gifts, accessories, jewellery, health and beauty, progressive fashion and footwear. Opportunities are available for on-the-go food operators and a diverse mix of retail brands.
Waterloo.London at its most vibrant.
Waterloo.London’s ground floor provides connectivity from the station and underground to street level.
A continuation of the brand offering at upper ground floor with a diverse mix of retail for athleisure, sports, stationery, lifestyle, fashion, technology and beauty brands.
Street Frontage Restaurants
This level offers the opportunity for both external-facing casual dining restaurants onto street level, as well as the entry point to the basement area.
With a direct link between the external and internal spaces the Waterloo Curve will create a lively new street for London where people will come together to dine, shop and explore.
Waterloo.London at its most engaging.
Partially occupied by Time Out Market. A flexible space capable of accommodating a unique collection of curated retail brands to engage and inspire our shoppers, rail commuters and office workers. With access from above via the central atrium and street level units, the basement level will become home to a range of leisure uses from the health and fitness and competitive socialising sectors.