Part of the wider redevelopment of Nine Elms, this mixed-use scheme creates new housing, office and retail spaces, as well as a large public square above the London Underground’s new Nine Elms Station.
Contributing to the area’s current regeneration, the 43,150 sq m project is organised above large glazed podiums, which encompass the station entrance as well as generous, light-filled commercial premises, shops and lobbies to office and residential towers.
The podium facades frame a substantial 1,200 sq m public square, which is handsomely landscaped with paving and seating.
All residential apartments have access to a shared landscaped amenity area above the station box, in addition to generous private balconies and terraces. More than 25 per cent of the accommodation will include affordable rental homes, offering inner-city high-rise housing to those with a range of income levels.
Clad in high quality brick, glazed terracotta, and metal facades, the towers have an overall coherency; at the same time, the material’s subtle colour variations create distinctive identities. Together, the project creates a characterful place to dwell, both at the scale of the city and for individuals.
Rising up to 20 levels, the towers provide 332 new homes that range in size from one to four bedrooms.
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