Life at Battersea Power Station

This article first appeared in City & Country, The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on July 8, 2019 - July 14, 2019.

Circus West Village is about 90% taken up

The first phase is currently 95% leased to over 20 F&B and leisure operators

The regeneration development has 450m of River Thames frontage. With a 15-year project pipeline, the Battersea Power Station comprises three million sq ft of commercial space and 4,364 new homes

Part of Phase 2’s construction site

The construction site of the Boiler House, which is to be occupied by Apple Inc (about 500,000 sq ft)

Circus West Village’s penthouses are about 6,500 sq ft and range between £5 million to £20 million

Situated in the Nine Elms, the development is surrounded by areas such as Chelsea, Victoria and Vauxhall. Its Northern Line Extension will be completed in 2021

The development has hosted several successful events, including the London Seafood Festival and Art Night to drive footfall

The selected brands at the Circus West Village include Boom Cycle, Cinnamon Kitchen, Fiume, Moyses Stevens Ltd and Paul Edmonds London

The Battersea Park draws 20 million visitors annually

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The 42-acre Battersea Power Station is poised to be one of the world’s most innovative mixed-use developments. The £9 billion (RM47.014 billion) project by S P Setia Bhd, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Sime Darby Property Bhd anticipates 25,000 people to be living and working there, with an estimated 40 million annual visitors.

Battersea Power Station comprises seven phases, and its construction is ongoing. Its commercial assets (of Phase 2) is owned by EPF and Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB).

Completed in 2017, Phase 1 of the Circus West Village is home to 1,000 residents and is 95% leased.

Read more on the iconic project in our July 15 issue.