Shelley Sandzer, the leading UK leisure property agency, has acted in a deal on behalf of landlords Land Securities that will see Gravity Trampoline Parks take a 22,926 sq ft site at the Lockmeadow Leisure Complex, Maidstone. This is Gravity’s second site in the UK and is due to open in early November.
The brand incorporates wall-to-wall trampolines to create large open play areas. The spaces can be used by people of all ages for a variety of entertainment and fitness activities including free jumping sessions,
“AIR-obic” classes, specialised versions of basketball and dodgeball and hired parties.
Commenting on the deal, Henry Wilson, leasing agent at Shelley Sandzer, said: “This deal showcases the work that Shelley Sandzer do with high profile landlords across the country as well as the diverse nature of leisure brands we work with. Gravity is an exciting concept and we are pleased to secure its second location for our client. This is a great deal for Lockmeadow as we continue to reposition the asset and drive further interest in the scheme.”
Shelley Sandzer is one of the UK’s leading agencies for leisure property and professional services. The company works with many of the industry’s most highly regarded restaurant brands, centres, developments and high streets in London and throughout the UK. Shelley Sandzer is also known for the key role it plays in launching new entrants and unique concepts to the market, such as Patty & Bun, Ninth Ward and most recently Portland restaurant, Blixen, and Maple and Fitz.