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Riverlight London

Riverlight Vauxhall
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Riverlight Vauxhall
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June 18, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Riverlight London is a new residential development, directly on the riverfront in the heart of the new Nine Elms on the South Bank district, London’s largest and most exciting regeneration area.

Riverlight lies not only at the centre of the best of London today, but also at the heart of its future. Everything the City has to offer is minutes away – restaurants run by the world’s finest chefs from Gordon Ramsay to Alain Ducasse, museums with natural history to modern art, Royal Parks to the new Olympic stadium, the culture of the South bank to the excitement of the shops and theatres of the West End. Riverlight – a riverside setting at the heart of a cosmopolitan London life.

Riverlight has been announced as a London and National Award winner of the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Awards 2018.

Riverlight transforms a triangular, five-acre industrial estate – close to Battersea Power Station on the south bank of the River Thames – into a residential-led mixed use development, creating a transition between the large footprints of the power station and the smaller residential developments to the east.

The scheme includes 813 homes, underground parking, crèche, restaurants, bars, a food store and other retail spaces. It incorporates a river walk and landscaping to take full advantage of its location and create attractive public spaces for the local community. The development is made up of six buildings, arranged in a rising-form composition, ranging in height from 12 to 20 storeys and giving the development a varied skyline. Around 60 per cent of the scheme is designated as public open space.

The architectural expression takes its cue from the former industrial warehouse buildings that lined the river. The language is of simple robust structures which emphasise their construction. Buildings are divided into three distinct zones: top, middle, and base. Top levels are lightweight, two-storey structures with gull-wing roofs; mid levels are represented as concrete floors expressed every two storeys, with intermediate floors expressed as lightweight steel balconies.

In landscape terms, each area of the development is conceived as having its own distinct character. The newly created river walk – slightly raised to allow views over the river wall to the Thames – brings a 17m-wide boulevard to a previously underused part of the waterfront. Commercial and community uses at street level – including restaurants, bars and cafés arranged around the dock inlet, as well as a food store, crèche and business suite – attract visitors onto the site and animate the public areas of the scheme.

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Graphite Square London

Graphite Square London

Graphite Square London
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May 27, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Graphite Square is a new mixed use residential and office scheme designed to regenerate and create public value on a derelict site not currently meeting its full potential.

The proposal will deliver approximately 20,000 sq m of brand new floor space including 5,000 sq m of office space over three floors, flexible ground and basement workspace units designed for local industry, a Methodist church, 160 new residential units and two public spaces that link currently disconnected local streets.

The approach has been to maximise the potential for public space across the site and connect the currently disjointed urban streetscape. Working with Lambeth’s local plan, they have designed two landscaped pocket parks to the rear of development which connect to the borough’s ‘green spine’ linking all the local outdoor spaces.

Flats have been designed to achieve exceptional quality for a mid market budget, and to be attainable for Londoners. All residential units have a recessed winter garden with views across the neighborhood. A second ‘ground level’ on top of the four storey office building gives residents access to fully landscaped private gardens direct from their living space. All residential blocks have green roofs with bat boxes, water management and varied outdoor spaces to provide ecological niches and enhance biodiversity.

The history of Lambeth is one of factories and warehouses giving way to terraced houses and pleasure gardens, before its 21st century reinvention as the greenest borough in central London.

The proposed new public realm will link Vauxhall Walk with Graphite Square, and extend to Worgan Street. It will feature two public courtyards which will be open for everyone to enjoy. We plan to include small café areas for people to enjoy a coffee or a bite, whilst overlooking these green spaces. Soft and hard landscaping is proposed throughout the site, creating different types of spaces of varying uses including areas for local children to play and explore. New footpaths, running from north to south and east to west, and open spaces are proposed to help unlock the site, increase pedestrian permeability and create a vibrant new public realm. The footprint of the building has been set back from the boundary to allow for wider pedestrian pavements on Worgan Street and Jonathan Street.

This is a private development that makes many and varied improvements to the public realm through new pocket parks, public routes to connect disjointed local streets and layers of privacy for office workers and homeowners. It replaces a local eyesore whose dilapidation has dismayed its neighbors for decades with a compelling collection of new buildings that look to the future with a respectful nod to the local past.

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Nine Elms Parkside

Nine Elms Parkside

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May 20, 2021In Lifestyle, Blog

Sitting at the heart of the regeneration area, Nine Elms Parkside is a residential led mixed use scheme of 1,870 units on the site of the Royal Mail sorting offices.

Structured as a series of perimeter blocks with taller elements of 23 storeys, the scheme is set around the new Nine Elms Linear Park.

Located at the former Royal Mail depot in the Battersea Nine Elms regeneration area, the Nine Elms Parkside will consist of 641,000 sq ft of residential space across two buildings, providing a mix of studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments for rent, as well as 25,000 sq ft of best-in-class tenant space and 25,000 sq ft of retail.

First homes are expected to be ready in 2022 with full completion expected in 2024. The development will provide leisure, cultural and retail uses as well as a new primary school.

The commission achieved outline planning consent accompanied by parameter plans and design codes. The design includes the most substantial part of the linear park, the green basin, which will be implemented in advance of most of the buildings.

A critical aspect of this is coordination with the linear park as it passes through neighbouring developments, including integration of design language, movement, SUDS and environmental quality generally.

The proposed development comprises of 262 residential apartments located within three 11 to 13 storey buildings that share use of a communal courtyard on a First Floor podium. The scheme has a small basement for plant, with car parking, cycle storage and refuse stores located on the Ground Floor.

Building A faces East, creating a civic backdrop to the Linear Park, with a double height ‘Cultural Anchor’ located on the Ground Floor. Building B runs along the north west elevation, also facing onto the Linear Park. Building C connects to the south west façade of Building B, creating an L-shaped form which frames the communal courtyard.

“Fourfoursixsix led the project team well throughout the process, ensuring deadlines are met and presented in a manner that was concise and organised. By understanding real world requirements and taking the time to fully comprehend specific client needs, Fourfoursixsix ensure the resultant proposal is fit for purpose and, ultimately, buildable.” — Michael Watson Architectural and Technical Director, Galliard Homes

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rudolf place

Rudolf Place

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May 7, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Rudolf Place is a development in Miles Street will provide 841 new student bed spaces as well as office, café and community leisure facilities.

The new student bed spaces are offered with new office accommodation of 3,583 sqm and a 201 sqm café introducing active uses. A brand new gym and rooftop MUGA will benefit both the existing and emerging local community.

The scheme is for the demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment of 1-18 Rudolf Place in Miles Street, Vauxhall. A new landmark building of 37 and 6 storeys will complement the townscape and provide links to adjacent development sites.

The scheme benefits the wider surrounding area through the creation of an additional 160 new jobs and the contribution to the local economy which the student population will bring.

The plan is build a mixed-use development in Vauxhall’s growing skyscraper cluster featuring a 37-storey student tower and a six-storey office block.

The scheme, for developer Downing, is the student housing specialist’s second in the burgeoning south London area. It is already delivering the nearby 32-storey development at 30-60 South Lambeth Road by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

Downing’s development and acquisition manager Ian Harrison said:

‘The scheme has been carefully considered and designed to sit harmoniously within the existing Vauxhall landscape, providing outstanding student accommodation alongside contemporary, open-plan office space that will reinvigorate the surrounding area.’

It is expected to transform the current closed-off and railed site frontage into an open, accessible and welcoming entrance plaza. The proposed café on the ground floor would create an active and vibrant frontage on Miles Street, delivering a new place for local residents to enjoy.

The new buildings would be set further back than the current building line, increasing space for pedestrians along Miles Street with high-quality landscaping introduced around the site, transforming it into an attractive pedestrian route.

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Nine Elms Point

Nine Elms Point

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Nine Elms Point
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April 29, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Nine Elms Point in London SW8 is a collection of riverside apartments, studios and penthouses forming a key part of the ongoing Nine Elms redevelopment project on the south bank of the River Thames.

Evidence of the remarkable transformation of the Nine Elms area can be found in both the new and existing buildings, as well as the surrounding landscape, helping to make properties in Nine Elms among the most desirable in London today.

The luxurious Nine Elms Point development lies adjacent to the brand new Northern Line underground extension meaning that a Nine Elms station will be right on the doorstep when the project is completed in 2019.

This fantastic location means that an array of facilities and local attractions are on-hand to meet the demands of modern London living. From relaxing riverside apartments to a luxurious penthouse where you can live and then commute into the city each day, Nine Elms Point offers something for everybody – with plenty more to come as part of the regeneration of Nine Elms and the Borough of Wandsworth.

Luxurious, riverside apartments in Nine Elms SW8 Waterford Point forms the centrepiece of Nine Elms Point and is comprised of 231 studios, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses on the south bank of the River Thames. The unique structure, the final piece of the development, is made up of intricate angles to make the most of the incredible views on offer across the 37 floors.

Most of the apartments benefit from private terraces with spectacular views across the city, while some of the top floor penthouses have access to expansive rooftop gardens.

Living in Nine Elms, London SW8

The contemporary London lifestyle is exceptionally well catered for in and around Nine Elms. In the coming years residents of London SW8 will have access to a brand new Underground station, but in the meantime those living in Nine Elms Point will benefit from private balconies and terraces with superb views over the landscaped podium gardens.

Furthermore, residents of Nine Elms Point have an abundance of on-site amenities including:

A brand new 80,000 square feet flagship Sainsbury’s supermarket State of the art private fitness suite 24-hour concierge service Private dining room Private cinema

Getting around Nine Elms

Part of the Borough of Wandsworth and situated between Battersea and Vauxhall, Nine Elms in London SW8 is one of the most desirable parts of London to live in right now due to the ongoing redevelopment.

The area is being transformed from an industrial part of the city dominated by Battersea Power Station into a luxurious residential neighbourhood with Nine Elms Point forming a key part of the regeneration.

Getting around Nine Elms is easy with an array of different connections to the rest of the city catering to those looking to commute for work or to travel in for pleasure, including:

Nine Elms Underground station

Vauxhall Underground station

Battersea Park station

Queenstown Road station

Stockwell Underground station

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Sky Gardens Nine Elms

Sky Gardens Nine Elms

Sky Gardens Nine Elms
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April 23, 2021In Lifestyle, Blog

Sky Gardens Nine Elms is located in one of London’s best-connected and emerging riverside neighbourhoods.

Sky Gardens Nine Elms is a residential and retail tower in Nine Elms, within the borough of Lambeth, London. The scheme has been designed by architects Careyjones Chapmantolcher (CJCT) and developed by Fraser Property Development UK. Its construction was part of a wider regeneration of the Nine Elms area of London. The building is 120 metres (390 ft) in height.

A History of Sky Gardens

Glass and greenery and inside, outside have long been intertwined throughout architectural history and Vauxhall Sky Gardens is a natural extension of the two within a modern interpretation. However local history may provide you with an insight into this context…

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, which existed for over a century, were at once synonymous with decadence, playfulness and nature. Its garden’s attracting folk seeking amorous assignations amongst the secluded walkways and sunken ha-ha.

The gardens also had a number of resplendent follies including a room built by Sir Samuel Morland around 1667. “The inside all of looking-glass, and fountains very pleasant to behold, which is much visited by strangers: it stands in the middle of the garden, covered with Cornish slate, on the point of which he placed a Punchinello, very well carved, which held a dial.”

In more recent history, Vauxhall was the planned site in the 1960’s for the ‘crystal span’, a structure that was intended to become all at once; a three lane bridge over the Thames, a luxury hotel, the new ‘Tate’ and a series of roof gardens. The concept was hugely popular with the public but less so with a tightly budgeting government who hit a proverbial glass ceiling.

It is no surprise then that these whimsical and historical attributes have been woven into the very core of Vauxhall Sky Gardens. From the Rococo style entrance lobby to the three gardens that provide residents with a mix of open green space, secluded areas of shade and a place to relax and view London as if from a verdant, floral cloud.

The key difference is that Vauxhall Sky Gardens is exclusive, open only to those privileged few who invest. And if some people miss out? Such is life, they will at least still be green. Green with envy.

A landmark collection of private apartments with enclosed gardens high above the capital.

It is located amidst the Nine Elms district that includes the new American Embassy, The Netherlands Embassy, Battersea Power Station and the new Covent Garden Market. With fashionable Chelsea across the river and spectacular views extending towards Westminster, The City and Canary Wharf, Sky Gardens is a spectacular lifestyle.

Sky Gardens boasts an array of totally unique characteristics, though none more striking both inside and out than the communal gardens situated on the 8th and 35th floor designed by the award-winning Gillespies. These sublime, organic spaces are open exclusively to residents and their guests, for daytime relaxation, watching the sunset over the capital or after-dark entertainment.

Residents will benefit from 24hr concierge, private residents’ gymnasium and CCTV coverage to the external areas and apartments, fitted with hands-free video entrance system.

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Lexington Gardens

Lexington Gardens

Lexington Gardens
Lexington Gardens
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April 15, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Lexington Gardens is a prestigious development of new homes in Nine Elms with New York inspiration that boast luxury interiors, a concierge service, media room, roof gardens and a private gym. The area is currently undergoing major regeneration to transform it into a vibrant residential and commercial district, with cycleways, parks and piazzas, just three miles from central London.

The developer of this building is Bellway and the architect RMA Architects.

Everything about Lexington Gardens chimes with how busy Londoners live their lives in the 21st century. There is something for the mind, body and soul. Situated next to London’s newest park, Nine Elms Park, there is an abundance of green, outdoor space – great for de-stressing. A green corridor will link both ends of the development and just a short walk down to the Thames will reveal the bountiful delights of the South Bank.

Lexington Gardens at The Residence is situated south of the River Thames, around a mile from Vauxhall Underground Station (Victoria line) and Battersea Park train station, for services to London Victoria and London Bridge. The development lies within the administrative boundaries of Wandsworth Borough Council.

Lexington Gardens at The Residence is located at the heart of London’s newest quarter, meaning that travelling in and around the capital on foot, by bus, car or rail is all easily accessible to residents.

The development is a 3-minute walk from the new Nine Elms Underground station (completion 2021), providing connections to London Bridge in 9 minutes and the City in 11 minutes. Vauxhall Station is a short walk along the River Thames, connecting to Green Park in 5 minutes and the West End in less than 7 minutes. With Battersea Power Station Pier just minutes away, you could also mix up your daily commute with fresh air on the Thames Clipper, which will take you to London Bridge in just under 20 minutes.

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36-46 Albert Embankment

36-46 Albert Embankment

36-46 Albert Embankment
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36-46 Albert Embankment
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March 25, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

36-46 Albert Embankment is a new development in London SE1 by Ocubis and built by the architect Jestico + Whiles

London Borough of Lambeth has resolved to grant planning permission for a landmark 600-room hotel scheme. A residential-led mixed-use scheme, designed by Make Architects, was consented in 2017. Ocubis subsequently instructed architect Jestico + Whiles, a hotel specialist, to progress an application for change of use to a hotel while retaining the previous external architectural design. The scheme consists of two interconnecting 25-storey towers which will offer guests expansive views across the river, the World Heritage site at Westminster and central London. At street level, the entrance to the new hotel will feature a circular triple-height porte-cochere flanked by curated botanical cabinets as well as a new public space next to the hotel.

History

The scheme for 36-46 Albert Embankment consented in 2017 comprised 166 new homes in two towers and the last remaining Victorian warehouse on Albert Embankment, plus more than 22,000 sq ft of commercial office space, 1,500 sq ft retail and café space.

But in 2019 September, the planning permission sought for: Demolition of all structures associated with the petrol filling station and redevelopment of the site to comprise the retention and refurbishment of Vintage House, the only remaining Victorian warehouse on Albert Embankment, to provide flexible offices and creative workspace.

Vintage House is a Victorian warehouse, the last remaining such building on the Embankment and is therefore a most important reminder of the once bustling industrial and warehousing character of me area.

Richard Scutt, development director for Ocubis, said:

‘The proposals will continue the regeneration of the Albert Embankment by creating a visually stunning mixed-use scheme comprising both private and affordable homes, approximately double the current commercial office space on-site, new public realm and an active street frontage linking the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens with Albert Embankment Gardens and the Thames.’

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Merano Residences

Merano Residences

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March 18, 2021In Lifestyle, Blog

Merano Residences is one of the finest developments on the River Thames. A collection of 40 private residences designed by one of the world’s most celebrated architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. A truly unique place to live, that combines the highest levels of privacy and comfort with one of the most famous views in the world.

Merano Residences, an Overview

With only 40 exclusive apartments decadently spread across three towers, the Merano Residences boasts some of the most intimate living space in the largest regeneration of a Central London area since the development of Canary Wharf and the Docklands.

The apartments, made up of one, two and three bedroom flats and a selection of duplex and triplex penthouse apartments offer a variety of layouts while maximising the use of space and natural light.

A History of Merano Residences

Merano Residences reflects a sea change in London living and architecture. Since medieval times The River Thames has understandably been regarded as the major method of industrial transportation and as a result its banks have always been occupied by industrial and commercial buildings. Uninspiring to say the least, the Albert Embankment an area which stretches for approximately one mile between Lambeth Bridge down to Vauxhall Bridge is now part undergoing one of the most exciting and extensive riverside developments of recent years.

Previously the site of Merano Residences was known as Eastbury House, a drab, 1960’s government building. Eastbury House is perhaps representative of a less affluent, forward thinking London that was going through its own period of uncertainty. The Swinging 60’s that London was so famous for never quite swung in Lambeth, according to former Prime-Minister John Major. One can easily image a young, grey suited civil servant sitting at his desk in Eastbury House looking out over the Thames towards the West End and realising that perhaps life was happening elsewhere.

However, life is now happening right here, in Vauxhall, in Nine Elms and residents of the Merano will only need to step out from the impressive foyer to realise that they are part of the newest, upcoming area of London.

Touted as London’s freshest hub for culture and commerce, Nine Elms will be a mix of private residences, commercial premises and cultural venues. To the rear of the Merano development, world famous artist, Damian Hirst is launching a new gallery, housing both his own works and a personal art collection to rival Charles Saatchi.

Living In Merano Residences

The Merano is likely to appeal to those who require a discreet yet central and secure home. Those who live and work full-time in London or who are seeking a contemporary riverside home in one of the World’s leading capitals will also be attracted to the development. The global elite are also looking towards London as a central hub, with its international airports, financial centre and world class cultural venues.

Merano Residences & Beyond

Given the central location of the Merano Residence, it would be easy to list the sights and attractions such as Tate Britain, (which the Merano is opposite), the world famous South Bank, shopping on Sloane Square etc. All of which are a pleasant walk, short bike ride or even shorter taxi ride away. Vauxhall transport hub is also just a few minute’s walk way providing easy access to all of London’s central districts.

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One Nine Elms

One Nine Elms

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March 11, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

One Nine Elms is a mixed-use skyscraper scheme currently under construction in Nine Elms, London. It was originally developed by Wanda One, a UK subsidiary company of Dalian Wanda, until they sold the project to R&F Properties, another Chinese firm in 2018.

It has been designed by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF). The development will replace two towers on the site built in the 1970s called Market Towers and forms part of a wider redevelopment of the Nine Elms area of London. The project will culminate in two landmark residential towers – the tallest residential towers in Europe – linked together with a glazed bridge that will provide access to City Tower facilities.

One Nine Elm’s buildings will create over 730,000sq ft of residential space, 267,000sq ft of hotel accommodation and 1,000sq ft of retail space. The first 18 floors of the River Tower will house a 5-star hotel, including a luxury spa, ballroom and clubhouse restaurant set above the hotel-room floors. Level 50 of the City Tower will offer an impressive residential lounge and sky garden, showcasing stunning views of London across the River Thames.

City Tower

The 58-storey residential tower will be reaching 199.9 meters in height. The tower contains 382 new apartments, including 52 affordable apartments and 328 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments & 2 penthouses.

River Tower

43-storeys – 109 residential apartments will be for sale above Park Hyatt hotel.Upon completion, anticipated to be in 2022, One Nine Elms will become one of the tallest residential developments in London and the United Kingdom.

The construction of One Nine Elms is part of a wider redevelopment of the Nine Elms area of London which will include 16,000 new homes as well as the relocation of the U.S. Embassy in London from Grosvenor Square, Mayfair. T

he site is at the gateway to the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area, which stretches from Lambeth Bridge to Battersea Power Station and has been earmarked by London’s Mayor for major redevelopment – including 16,000 new homes and 25,000 new jobs.

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The Residence London

The residence London

The Residence London
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March 4, 2021In Lifestyle, Blog

The Residence London is the first of Bellway London’s developments in Nine Elms bringing much-needed new homes to the local area and is part of a wider £15 billion regeneration scheme.

Bellway London built 324 private one, two and three-bedroom apartments at The Residence development, over 19 storeys and four buildings, with each apartment finished to a high specification and with a private balcony or winter garden, off Ponton Road, on the site of the former Christie’s art warehouse.

The regeneration will involve the creation of around 20,000 new homes, 25,000 new jobs, two new tube stations, which will shorten journey times to central London, and a linear park.

Sales Director for Bellway London, Emma Hamlett, said:

“This is the first of our landmark developments in the Nine Elms regeneration zone and has been a great success story for Bellway London as well as contributing to the wider transformation of the area. The apartments that we have built at The Residence have been exceedingly popular with homebuyers and this can be seen by the speed at which they’ve sold out.”

As part of the £15 billion Nine Elms regeneration, this stunning development will help shape the future of one of the world’s most exciting cities. Incorporating London’s newest park and the new extension to the River Thames’ famed South Bank, Lexington Gardens features an abundance of open space nearby.

National and international travel will also be made simple with the Northern line extension at the upcoming Battersea and Nine Elms tube stations, providing easy access to the rest of the city and its airports. This ensures that although you will be part of London’s newest quarter, you’ll be perfectly connected to the legendary attractions for which the city is already so well renowned.

In keeping with the South Bank’s illustrious heritage, Nine Elms’ unique position and attention to industry means businesses both local and global will continue to knock on its door — following in the influential footsteps of the new US Embassy and other leading names across a variety of sectors.

The scheme designed by Maccreanor Lavington Architects in conjunction with GRID Inside Designers, features a striking exterior, complete with a brick façade and glazed coloured tiles.

The design is inspired by New York but built specifically for London. All apartments feature open plan interiors, floor to ceiling windows, walnut floors, ceramic tiling and underfloor heating combined with modern lighting. The interior common areas are also finished to a high standard, in a style that’s reminiscent of Manhattan’s high rises.

The development also includes a number of measures to help energy efficiency, including improved insulation, large windows for solar gain and community recycling facilities.

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Nine Elms Square

Nine Elms Square

Nine Elms Square
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February 18, 2021In Blog, Lifestyle

Nine Elms Square is the Project that International consultancy and construction firm Mace is going to built at the heart of the regeneration área, Nine Elms.

The Chinese firm will build three towers for R&F Properties, that will provide around 1,900 high quality apartments, most with river views. This scheme will contribute to the existing skyline of Vauxhall. The inclusion of the Linear Park shops, Offices, and a GP’s Surgery will create a sense of place.

The three Nine Elms Square towers will be the latest addition to Vauxhall’s skyscraper cluster. Outline approval is also in place for a mixed-use residential-led development comprising a cluster of towers: two buildings up to 46 and 36 storeys; a 10 storey building to the south east and 10 buildings between seven and 29 storeys, all designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

Nine Elms Square will also provide public open space including the eastern gateway to the ‘Linear Park’ which stretches from here to Battersea Power Station Nine Elms Square will provide access to the new Linear Park, stretching from Nine Elms Square, all the way to Battersea Power Station, which will offer an oasis of public open space to complement this ultra-modern multiple building development.

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The deal is Mace’s first for R&F and the firm’s chief operating officer for construction Gareth Lewis said:

“We are proud to take on the challenge of delivering part of Vauxhall’s latest iconic residential development, at the beginning of what we hope will be a long and successful relationship with R&F Properties. We will use our experience in building some of London’s most complex and challenging projects to make the client’s vision a reality and deliver the three architecturally outstanding towers at Nine Elms Square.”

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