Nine Elms is one of the biggest transformation stories London has ever seen. After decades of planning, the district is coming to life with over 40 new developments, with a new US Embassy and the residences, retail and offices of Embassy Gardens at its heart.

With Apple, Penguin Random House, DK and top contemporary art galleries getting ready to move in, Nine Elms is quickly evolving into London’s newest city within a city – and a major a new opportunity area for your business.

Location

Nine Elms
is one of the biggest
transformation
stories London has
ever seen.

Sir Terry Farrell, Embassy Gardens master-planner

‘Nine Elms is the biggest opportunity area in central London’

Sir Terry Farrell

One Embassy Gardens & Linear Park

The regeneration of Nine Elms as a new diplomatic and commercial district for Central London shows what’s possible when the world’s best architects, city planners and developers work together at scale.

The completed district will offer over 6.5m sq.ft. of new commercial space, 2.8m sq.ft. of retail and leisure space and over 3m sq.ft. of new office space – with two-thirds due to be delivered by 2020.

US Embassy, Nine Elms and the River ThamesFFSF
Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, South Bank

Nearly 500 acres of Central London is being developed from a blank canvas

£15bn total investment in the area

The City of London and River Thames

Battersea Power Station

Embassy Gardens

US Embassy

One Embassy Gardens

Battersea Power Station

Where you are is as important as who you know.

Embassy Gardens

US Embassy

One Embassy Gardens

Where you are is as important as who you know.

Embassy Gardens

US Embassy

One Embassy Gardens

Apple’s New London Campus

Apple is creating a new London campus at Battersea Power Station, a few minutes’ walk from One Embassy Gardens. The company’s plans have attracted international press attention – and signalled to the world that Nine Elms is a new destination for international business.

‘This is a great opportunity to have our entire team working and collaborating in one location while supporting the renovation of a neighbourhood rich with history.’

Apple Inc.

Battersea Power Station & Battersea Bridge

With space for 3,000 employees, it will give Apple room to grow its London-based presence

US Embassy & the Embassy Gardens development

A New Embassy

‘The only office next to
the new US Embassy’

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