At Fizzy Living we are proud to be community focused and this doesn’t begin and end with our buildings. We love to support local, independent boutiques close to all our sites - they’re what makes each area so unique and are a vital part of the local community. Here are a few of our favourite local, independent spots to enjoy this Christmas and beyond.
Limehouse Social Market
A hidden local spot and home to a number of independent local businesses, Limehouse Social Market is fast becoming one of our favourite places in London.
Close to Fizzy Stepney Green, Fizzy Poplar and Fizzy Canning Town, the outdoor market has a number of eclectic stalls catering to all tastes – perfect for picking up that unique Christmas gift.
Moments from Fizzy Lewisham, Records is one of Lewisham’s oldest independent stores. It has a varied collection of Reggae, Soul, Punk, Progressive, New Wave and Folk artists as well as thousands of singles from the 1960s onwards.
East End Thrift Store – http://theeastendthriftstore.com/
Famous across London, East End Thrift Store is a short walk away from Fizzy Stepney Green. The vintage store is known for its pound sales, where items start from just £1! It’s the perfect place to pick up a gift for a loved one, and environmentally conscious too.
Froth and Rind - https://www.frothandrind.com/
Local to Fizzy Walthamstow, Froth and Rind is a fine cheese and craft beer shop in the heart of Walthamstow Village. Famous for its cheese toasties, it also has an incredible array of cheeses available to buy in store – perfect for that festive cheese board.
Each Fizzy building has a range of amenities close by, from delicious restaurants to local gyms and most importantly, enviable transport connections that make getting around London as easy as possible. Learn more about Fizzy here.
This cold miserable month calls for a bright and exciting flat of the month!
This month it is flat 73 in Lewisham - on the market for £1,440pcm with one month...Read more
2021 might not have started the way we had all hoped, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take the opportunity to reorganise, refresh and restart ahead of the coming year.