One of Nine Elms on the South Bank’s most important developments, Embassy Gardens was heralded as the best-selling scheme of 2012; Phase Two of the scheme will be launched to market in Q3 of 2015. The development in total is 2.6m sq. ft. consisting of 2,000 new homes, 200,000 sq. ft. of offices and approximately 100,000 sq. ft. of retail.
With the new US Embassy at its heart, Embassy Gardens comprises approximately 15 acres and is a key site within the Vauxhall, Nine Elms,
Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA); the transformation of almost 200 hectares of central London real estate.
Embassy Gardens is a prestigious development located at the heart of the Nine Elms on the South Bank Opportunity Area, a landmark riverside neighbourhood, adjacent to the new US Embassy and at the heart of the linear park. With an enviable central location on the banks of the Thames and close to London’s cultural Southbank, Embassy Gardens takes in spectacular view of Westminster to the east, Chelsea and Pimlico to the north and the iconic Battersea Power Station to the west.
- Zone One Central London. Riverfront location with extensive employment, residential, retail, commercial, public realm and transport development
- Part of the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration
- Adjacent to the new US Embassy and the new Dutch Embassy. London’s ‘Diplomatic precinct’
- Excellent transport links. Close to Vauxhall Station (Victoria Line and National Rail) and the new tube stations at Nine Elms Station (part of the extended Northern Line which will continue to Battersea Power Station
- Encircled by the new linear park which will be a green ribbon through the area providing a green route for cyclists and pedestrian from Vauxhall to Battersea Power Station
- Eg:le Club
- Grand Foyer
- Rooftop Bar
- Sky Pool
- Private Gym
- Business Centre
- Health Spa
- Eg:le Apartment
- Café and Bar
With the new US Embassy at its heart, Embassy Gardens comprises approximately 15 acres and is a key site within the Vauxhall, Nine Elms, Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB OA); the transformation of almost 200 hectares of central London real estate.
At the heart of the OA will be the new US Embassy building and 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, linking the site to Pimlico.
One of the largest regeneration projects in Europe and the most centrally located regeneration opportunity in London; the OA 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.
Vauxhall Station – (6 minute walk)
Nine Elms Station & Battersea Station (Upcoming Northern Line Extension) – Completing in 2020
Vauxhall Station – (6 minute walk)
Battersea Park – (12 minute walk)
Queenstown Road – (14 minute walk)
Excellent bus services along Nine Elms Lane, and from Vauxhall provide routes into the West End, Pimlico, Westminster, The Strand and Waterloo.
The A3, M3 and M4 are all nearby giving access to the M25, Heathrow and Gatwick airports and the South, South East and South West of England.
London’s main international airports are within an hour of the site by road, rail or air.
Within ½ mile to Vauxhall underground and mainline stations and within 1 mile to Battersea Park and Queenstown Road mainline stations. Walking distance to Westminster, Belgravia, Pimlico, Chelsea and Battersea Park.
Local Authority: London Borough of Wandsworth
Tenure: 999 year lease
Building Insurance: 10 year build warranty by NHBC
Estimated Ground Rent:
Suites – £400
1 bed – £500 per annum
2 bed – £750 per annum
3 Beds/Penthouses – £1,000
Estimated Service Charge: @ £5.35 per sq ft per annum
Car Parking: Optional. Limited spaces.
Please call us on 0207 258 6150 for latest availability.