Just a stone's throw away is Battersea Power Station's very own Zone 1 Underground station providing high speed connections to the rest of London.
Sloane Square and Chelsea are a short distance across Chelsea Bridge, and the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers from Battersea Power Station Pier offers a new way of exploring the capital from the river, or a more leisurely commute to work.
Battersea Park and Queenstown Road stations are also close by, providing rail links into Victoria, Waterloo and the Elizabeth Line. When it comes to international travel, Heathrow and Gatwick airports are both within easy reach by road and rail.
The grand pedestrian high street, Electric Boulevard, sweeps up from the new Battersea Power Station Underground to the foot of the iconic Power Station. Below Battersea Roof Gardens sits two levels of cafes, bars and signature restaurants with alfresco dining, alongside an exciting mix of world-renowned retail and leisure brands.
On the opposite side of the boulevard, the dramatically designed double height flagship stores of Gehry Partners' Prospect Place provide numerous opportunities to purchase everything from stylish wardrobe must-haves and fashionable homewares, to fresh groceries and much, much more.
All this in addition to the extraordinary new shopping destination inside the Power Station itself, which brings together an eclectic mix of high-end fashion brands, bars, restaurants, leisure and entertainment venues, including Lift 109, a glass elevator which transports visitors up to the top of the Power Station's north west chimney, offering 360-degree views of the London skyline.
Enjoy a year-round calendar of events held across the estate in the parks, on The Coaling Jetty, and the amphitheatre-like Malaysia Square, with everything from live music and entertainment, open-air cinemas and theatres, to Christmas markets and a host of delicious food festivals.
Sitting at the southern end of the striking Battersea Roof Gardens and adjacent to the Power Station, is Koa; a collection of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with a contemporary edge, marking the final release of apartments in this impressive building. Designed for the lifestyle-oriented resident, interiors are built around flexibility and adaptability, including dedicated workspaces where possible. Apartments are full of character and excitement with fresh, modernist references bringing sophistication to the apartments, combined with top quality finishes and considerable natural light through the winter gardens and balconies.
At the centre of this impressive 42-acre estate sits the iconic Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station, which has been reimagined for a new beginning; the very building which once produced the energy for people to eat, drink, shop and play in London, is now a venue for a new generation to do the same.
For the next chapter, the acclaimed "Starchitects" Gehry Partners and Foster + Partners were commissioned to create Electric Boulevard, a new high street for London, offering a mix of apartments, bars and restaurants, office space, an array of shops, green spaces and an exciting 164 room art'otel.