Battersea Power Station's incredible rebirth will see it transformed into one of the most exciting and innovative mixed use neighbourhoods ever built. Shops, offices, restaurants, homes, hotels, leisure, events and extensive public spaces will be seamlessly brought together by renowned architects to create one of the world's leading destinations.
- 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
- 4,239 new homes
- 18 acres of public space
- six-acre riverfront park
- 1,250,000 sq ft of office space
- c40,000 sq ft urban food hall within the Power Station
Sitting as the cornerstone of Nine Elms, a huge, 200-acre, Central London regeneration zone, Battersea Power Station is one of the most significant real estate developments in the world. Its regeneration, a short walk from Chelsea and Sloane Square will create more than three million sq ft of space for shops, restaurants, cafés and offices as well as approximately 4,360 new homes, across a 42-acre riverfront site.
It is set to become the centre of the new Nine Elms neighbourhood on the South Bank of London's Central Activities Zone (CAZ). Nine Elms will see over 20,000 new homes serviced by an extension to the Northern line with two new Zone 1 Tube stations and an estimated 25,000 new jobs in an area similar in size to London's West End.
A Thriving, Sustainable and Vibrant Community
Including the new six-acre Riverfront Park
Battersea Power Station is creating an animated and dynamic space where people can make the most of life everyday. A wide array of restaurants, bars, cafés, shops, galleries and open spaces will create a welcoming atmosphere, designed for working, meeting, relaxing, socialising and showcasing talent.
Nine Elms on the Southbank
- 2.8m sq ft of office space
- Up to 25,000 new jobs
- 18,000 new homes
- Three km of Thames river frontage
- 11 hotels
- New Home to the US Embassy
- New Linear Park
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 480 acres, Nine Elms has attracted billions of pounds of investment and is being transformed into a 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 and will deliver a new commercial hub, linear park, a redeveloped New Covent Garden Market and the new US embassy to this riverside district.
Circus West Village
Circus West Village is now open.
Designed by SimpsonHaugh and Partners and dRMM, Circus West Village comprises a mixture of refurbished railway arches and brand new retail and food & beverage units that snake along the riverfront and the western edge of the Power Station. As well as an exciting mix of independent restaurants and shops, Circus West Village contains 865 homes, 25,000 sq ft of workspace and a community hub.
- 25,000 sq ft of offices
- 14 food & beverage units
- Ten retail units
- 865 apartments
- Health club
London's Newest Riverside Village
The collection of retail, food & beverage and leisure tenants at Circus West Village provides a range of styles, cuisines and price points, giving character and authenticity to the village. Emerging brands, contemporary independents and high profile chefs are creating a unique destination for London with dramatic views of the Power Station and the River Thames.
Eat, Drink & Shop at Circus West Village
Exclusive restaurants, world-class cocktail bars, or a stylish boutique, you'll be in good company at Circus West Village.
Getting Around Circus West Village
Events at Circus West Village
With fabulous indoor venues, and buzzing outdoor pop-ups, there is always something to see and do at Circus West Village, starting with our Power of Summer Festival.
The Power Station
Battersea Power Station is being transformed by one of the UK's leading architectural practices, WilkinsonEyre Architects, to create a truely mixed-use building.
When complete, it will have 420,000 sq ft of retail and food & beverage space, c500,000 sq ft of office space that has been pre-let to Apple, 253 new homes, a leisure and entertainment zone with c2,000 person capacity events venue and a cinema.
- 420,000 sq ft of retail food & beverage space
- 90 retail units
- 500,000 sq ft of offices let to Apple
- 40,000 sq ft food hall
- 253 apartments
The two enormous turbine halls, both equal in size to the Turbine Hall in Tate Modern, were built 20 years apart, each with a very distinct style reflecting the era in which they were built. These extraordinary spaces will provide the backdrop to this exciting and unique retail environment.
Battersea Power Station is being transformed by one of the UK's leading architectural practices, WilkinsonEyre Architects, to create a truly mixed-use building.
With over 90 shops across 340,000 sq ft, the retail space will feature the best of British brands, the best global brands and the best emerging brands.
Above the two storeys of retail space, there will be an urban food hall that takes inspiration from the best European food markets and cool New York eateries.
With interior design by New York architects Rockwell Group, it will be home to a diverse collection of food, including a selection of London’s latest start-up restaurants as well as both young and established chefs from around the world.
The open environment will encourage the free flow of people around the many restaurants. Some units will have bar-style seating around an open kitchen, creating buzz and theatre in the space.
The food hall will constantly evolve, allowing the introduction of new operators at the cutting-edge of market trends and world-food influence.
As well as the three levels of retail and F&B space, there will be c500,000 sq ft of office space that has been pre-let to Apple, 253 new homes, a leisure and entertainment zone with a c2,000 person capacity events venue and a cinema.
Electric Boulevard, framed by world-class buildings by Foster + Partners and Gehry Partners, will be an exciting space and an exhilarating new urban landmark.
The new Battersea Power Station Underground station, an extension to the Northern line, at the southern end of the Boulevard, will create the gateway to the site and access to the Power Station and riverfront. The Boulevard will have more than 40 retail units and will be home to more than ten restaurants, a gym and a hotel, which will be managed by art‘otel.
- 40 retail units
- More than ten restaurants
- A gym and a hotel
- A new London Underground station
London's Newest Pedestrianised High Street
Foster + Partners’ “Battersea Roof Gardens” building provides two storeys of terraced retail units that will sit underneath 615 new homes. There will also be food and beverage units on both levels with external seating with uninterrupted views over the pedestrian street.
The Gehry Partners' designed Prospect Place buildings will contain a further 690 residences that sit above double height retail units and restaurants. The units either open on to Electric Boulevard or the new Gehry Partners' designed Prospect Park.
The retail units will house international flagship stores and some of the best operators on the high street, whilst the food and beverage units will offer the opportunity for flagship restaurants and cutting-edge interior design. Contemporary family restaurants will sit alongside destination restaurants with high profile chefs.
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Circus West Village
Battersea Power Station
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