Battersea Power Station
What used to be a decommissioned coal-fired power station on the south bank of London’s River Thames has now been emerged as the city’s most coveted address – not just for living but for working and enjoying, too. Since inception, London’s skyline was dominated by the revolutionary red-bricks building and its distinctive chimneys – making it one of the iconic landmarks.
Defying all regeneration plans, the Grade II listed building remained empty until 2014, after which the 42-acre former industrial and monumental development was transformed into a thriving community. It boasts exceptionally beautiful residential units, business centres, corporate office spaces, community clubs, restaurants, cafes, bars, entertainment spaces and the finest global retail options – along with a 1,400-capacity event space and over 19 acres of public space including a six-acre park. Now, the legendary landmark is a place to work, live, enjoy, shop, eat and drink. Battersea Power Station offers an exceptional lifestyle like none other in London.
Central London Location
A short walk from Chelsea and Sloane Square, Battersea Power Station occupies one of the most accessible locations in London, moments away from the new US Embassy and with 450 metres of river frontage.
It is set to become the centre of the new Nine Elms neighbourhood. Nine Elms has attracted billions of pounds of investment, which is seeing the creation of a vibrant new quarter,
defined by a linear park, home to the New Covent Garden Market and the new American and Dutch Embassies. Nine Elms will see over 18,000 new homes served by an extension to the London Underground with two new Zone 1 tube stations.
- GYM & SPA
- 24/7 Concierge & Security
- Private Cinema & Lounge Areas
- Underground parking (paid)
- Shopping Centre
- Pubs & Bars
- Outdoor Activities