With its focus on small independent retailers and eateries creating a unique shopping and dining experience, the first Boxpark outside Shoreditch is expected to draw visitors to Croydon from all over London, the UK and beyond.
Boxpark Croydon is scheduled to open in September 2016, at the new Ruskin Square development outside East Croydon station where it will offer more than 40 food and drink outlets alongside shared open spaces and regular events.
Constructed from reclaimed shipping containers and built around a central courtyard, Boxpark Croydon is sure to become one of the most iconic landmarks of the new, regenerated town centre.
Already fully-let, Boxpark Croydon has a some of the most exciting upcoming diners, brewers and eateries already confirmed, including:
- MEATliquor: A burger and beer chain
- The Breakfast Club: A restaurant providing all‐day breakfasts
- Mama Lan: Beijing street food specialists with four outlets in the capital
- Indi‐go: Purveyors of Indian street food
- The Cronx: Local Croydon brewery who will also be serving grilled cheese sandwiches
- Wine&Deli: New bar concept by the entrepreneurs behind Brgr & Beer
- Viet Do: Vietnamese restaurant run by Nick Ross, brother of Kate Moss
Croydon Council is supporting Boxpark Croydon alongside the Greater London Authority (GLA), SREF and Stanhope, who are all investing in the pre‐development works. It is envisaged that the
project will deliver substantial and immediate benefits including 200 new jobs, plus a range of apprenticeship opportunities to be delivered by Boxpark in conjunction with Croydon College.
The latest information is available here.