Embassy Gardens, London SW8 - Studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms Guide Price £630,000 to £4,000,000
Price on application, 1 bedroom, unspecified, for sale

Key features

  • COMPLETION DATES (ESTIMATED) 2015 to 2022
  • SERVICE CHARGE (ESTIMATED) £5.35/ft2 pa
  • PARKING (subject to availability) £50,000 per space + Parking Service Charge £1,550 pa
  • LEASEHOLD TENURE 999 year lease

Property Description

One of the largest regeneration projects in Europe and the most centrally located regeneration opportunity in London; the Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea Opportunity Area on the South Bank is a key element of the Mayor's London Plan. With 16,000 new homes and a likely employment capacity exceeding 25,000, this prime site will be transformed into a world class residential and business quarter.

At the heart of the Opportunity Area will be the new US Embassy building and Dutch Embassy, together with various public realm features including the embassy plaza, a riverside walk and the Linear Park - a tree lined green space stretching from Battersea Park to Vauxhall. Significant infrastructure enhancements include the planned extension to the Northern Line into Nine Elms and Battersea and a footbridge is also planned, making Pimlico a short walk away.

Embassy Gardens comprises approximately 15 acres and will deliver up to 2,000 new homes plus office and flexible workspace, new leisure facilities, 130,000 ft2 of retail, bar and restaurant space including a new Waitrose supermarket.

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