A NEW DISTRICT FOR LONDON
The South Bank has been bursting with activity since the 19th century. Originally little more than marshland, the area was particularly famous for its theatrical output, while it was also a hive of industry: timber yards, printing houses and lime kilns were just some of the buildings found on its shores. But it was in the 20th century when the South Bank we know and love started to form, with the arrival of County Hall, the Imperial War Museum and the Oxo Tower amongst its iconic landmarks. Today, the South Bank is one of the most popular destinations in London, welcoming millions every year to soak up its vibrant atmosphere.
UNIQUELY SITUATED BETWEEN VIBRANT VAUXHALL AND PICTURESQUE BATTERSEA
Nine Elms has been accredited as central London’s last undeveloped area on the South Bank. This unique regeneration story is a multi-billion pound, 561 acre world-class redevelopment in the making. Stretching between the landmarks of St George Wharf Tower and Battersea Power Station, this is the capital’s newest and most exciting district.
The Residence will stand with significance, located in the heart of Nine Elms’ diplomatic quarter, anchored by the new iconic US Embassy. The area will establish itself as a state-of-the-art destination encompassing, culture, green spaces, new schools, hospitals, industry and entertainment - transforming this pocket of the city for ever more. From District, Nine Elms’ artisanal coffee club right on the doorstep to the craft beer served at the Thames-side at the tavern, to the weekly Waitrose shop, The Residence is part of a neighbourhood of great tastemakers.
Nine Elms is set to become the new commercial hub for forward thinking corporations. With an alchemic mix of the new US Embassy and other global businesses following in its footsteps, there’s a burgeoning mix of international prestige and local flavour in this dynamic new address and most exciting district with 25,000 new jobs being created.
US EMBASSY PRECINCT
The new US Embassy will be one of the first statement buildings in Nine Elms, boasting beautiful public piazzas including a dramatic landscaped garden and an impressive moated entrance. The US embassy will set the scene as a prominent destination for international investment, attracting other diplomatic establishments to the area.
APPLE AT BATTERSEA POWER STATION
To the West stand iconic chimneys of Battersea Power Station will become a new hive of industry as the UK headquarters for tech giant Apple. The company has acquired 500,000 sq ft within the development, the biggest single office deal signed in London outside the City and Docklands.
CIRCUS WEST AT BATTERSEA
The first phase of redevelopment of Battersea Power Station, Circus West will become central London’s largest shopping destination, just mere moments away from The Residence. Enjoy access to the artisan Flour Power City Bakers, luxury florist Philippa Craddock and celebrity hair salon Paul Edmonds, amongst buzzing new cafés, fresh food markets and restaurants.
A NEW PARK FOR LONDON
The new Nine Elms Park will be a continuous green corridor from Battersea Power Station to Vauxhall Cross specially created to bring outside space and new public realm to the area. Creating a vibrant year-round destination with new riverside walks, cycle trails and places to stop and dwell when the sun shines.
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