A Unique Destination
The Power Station's incredible rebirth will see it transformed into one of the most exciting and innovative mixed-use neighbourhoods ever built. Designed by some of the world's most renowned architects, who will seamlessly bring together new offices, shops, restaurants, homes, hotels, leisure, events spaces and extensive public space, to create one of the world's leading destinations.
- A new business quarter
- 1,250,000 sq ft of offices
- 500,000 sq ft of office space within the Power Station pre-let to Apple from 2020
- 40,000 sq ft of office space still available within the Power Station
A Unique Opportunity
40,000 sq ft of office space is now available inside Battersea Power Station. This is the last chance to be at the heart of Battersea Power Station itself.
A New Apple Campus
Apple's New London Campus
Apple will be making Battersea Power Station it's new London campus with its office accounting for circa 40% of the total office space in the whole development.
Apple is expected to move into the Power Station in 2021 and will be across six floors of the central Boiler House inside the iconic building.
Around 1,400 Apple employees from existing offices around London will relocate to this magnificent new development. Apple sees this as a great opportunity to have its entire team working and collaborating in one location while supporting the renovation of a neighbourhood rich with history.
Each year, over 18 million people visit London to trade, shop, make deals, eat out, enjoy the theatre and sample the best of what the capital has to offer.
As London's global star continues to rise, more and more people are looking for a Central London business address that not only captures the essence of what makes London so special, but also speaks to the culture and values their business seeks to epitomise.
Dato’ Johan Ariffin, Chairman of Battersea Holding Company Limited:
“We are delighted to welcome Apple, the world’s most valuable brand, to Battersea Power Station, London’s most iconic development. This move by a brand of such calibre will serve to generate even more interest in Battersea with its vibrant mix of commercial, exciting retail and residential offerings in a cultural setting designed to drive innovation and enterprise. Apple can only strengthen this formula for success.”
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London:
“I am delighted that Apple is moving into Battersea Power Station, helping to generate new jobs and economic prosperity for Londoners. It is a further sign that London is open to the biggest brands in the world and the leading city for trade and investment.”
Cllr Ravi Govindia, Leader of the London Borough of Wandsworth:
“I’m very pleased to give Apple a warm welcome to the London Borough of Wandsworth. Apple will become the largest employer in the Borough and we are hugely excited that they will play a keen and active role in our local community.”
There will be four key tube lines within a 15 minute walk; Victoria, Northern, District and Circle lines which will provide access to all National Rail Terminals within Central London.
The new Zone 1 Northern line extension, will include two new Northern line stations; Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms, due to complete in 2020.
Battersea Park and Queenstown Road railway stations are within a ten minute walk from Grosvenor Arch.
Victoria and Vauxhall rail and London Underground stations are also within walking distance.
London Overground stations:
- Clapham Junction: 3 minutes
- Victoria: 4 minutes
- Waterloo: 7 minutes
- London Bridge: 10 minutes
- Gatwick: 36 minutes via Battersea Park
- Heathrow: 45 minutes via Northern line and Crossrail
- 88 Buses per hour
- Five routes linking to 17 key destinations including:
- Sloane Square
- Oxford Circus
- Hyde Park Corner
- Liverpool Street
- 2.25km of new cycle lanes and pedestrian paths
- 9,392 cycle spaces
The London Cycle Network (LCN) Route 37 runs along Battersea Park Road from Vauxhall Cross to Twickenham, connecting with other LCN routes.
The Thames Path will be extended connecting Battersea Park to Power Station Park, a new six-acre public park located to the north of the Power Station.
Fast River Bus links along the Thames to Westminster, Waterloo, Blackfriars and London Bridge.
Opening in the Autumn of 2017, a new river service will function from a dedicated jetty linked to the Riverside Park, providing workers, shoppers and residents with an alternative way of accessing a range of other riverside locations.
The service runs every 20 minutes during peak times and every half an hour off peak.
- 42-acre site
- 25,000 people living and working on site
- 40 million visits anticipated each year
- c2,000 capacity event venue within the Power Station
- 40 cafés and restaurants
- Over 250 shops and food & beverage outlets site wide
- 4,364 new homes
- 18 acres of public space
- Six-acre riverfront park
- 1,250,000 sq ft of office space
- c40,000 sq ft street food market within the Power Station
The Wider Community
A THRIVING, SUSTAINABLE AND VIBRANT COMMUNITY INCLUDING THE NEW SIX-ACRE RIVERFRONT PARK
The Power Station will compliment Battersea Park to create a significant additional green space, opening up 450m of unused river frontage, creating an attractive aspect from the north bank of the river. Acting as a leisure destination for visitors and a local park for the everyday use of residents and workers. Our six-acre Power Station Park will be a new amenity for everyone who visits.
VIBRANT AND COSMOPOLITAN
Battersea Power Station is creating an animated and dynamic space where people can make the most of life every day. Offices, homes and a wide array of open spaces, restaurants, bars, and cafés, coupled with the shops and galleries that will be opening, have combined to give visitors a welcoming atmosphere, designed for working, meeting, relaxing, socialising and showcasing talent. The first shops, bars and restaurants have already opened at Circus West Village, including the Battersea General Store, No. 29 and Mother, with many more to come this year.
THE POWER STATION
The three levels of retail will be home to a host of exciting independent stores, each sharing their own vision of originality.
The Power Station is being transformed by one of the UK's leading architectural practices, WilkinsonEyre Architects, to create a truly mixed-use building.
As well as circa 500,000 sq ft of offices, there will be 253 new homes, three levels of retail space, a leisure and entertainment zone with a c2,000 person capacity events venue, a cinema, restaurants and cafés.
LONDON'S NEWEST PEDESTRIANISED HIGH STREET
Prospect Place and Battersea Roof Gardens make up Phase 3 which will be the main gateway to the entire development, connecting the new Underground Station with Battersea Power Station.
From the newly created Battersea Power Station Underground Station, residents, office workers and recreational visitors alike will walk north along Electric Boulevard, London's newest pedestrianised high street. The street is flanked by Foster + Partners' Battersea Roof Gardens to your left and Gehry Partners' Prospect Place to your right and leads towards the southern entrance of the Power Station.
Future office pre-letting opportunities
Completion 2022 onwards.
A minimum of 750,000 SQ FT of Office Space to come.
Planning permission is secured for a further 750,000 sq ft of office space across the 42-acre development. This space is set to further compliment the mix of uses at what is one of London's most iconic development schemes.
Battersea Power Station is one of the few riverfront Zone 1 campus sites where occupiers can design a building in partnership with the developer to meet bespoke requirements. It is set to become a new home for the creative industries.
For further information and to discuss bespoke pre-letting opportunities, please contact our office leasing team.
Nine Elms on the Southbank
Battersea Power Station is the iconic cornerstone of Nine Elms, one of the largest and most keenly anticipated redevelopments that London has ever seen.
At 195 hectares, Nine Elms has attracted billions of pounds of investment and is being transformed into a brand new business and residential quarter in the heart of London.
Stretching from Chelsea Bridge to the west through to Lambeth Bridge to the East, it includes more than 20 development sites.
- 2.8m sq ft of office space
- Up to 25,000 new jobs
- 18,000 new homes
- 3km of Thames river frontage
- 11 hotels
- New Home to the US Embassy
- New Linear Park
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