Regeneration of the Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea areas along with the expected opening of the Northern Line extension in 2020 has spurred many home buyers to settle in SW8, according to the Evening Standard.
Nine Elms is one of the most exciting regeneration projects to take place in the recent history of the capital. Located in Zone 1, this brand new destination will create 20,000 new homes, 25,000 jobs, fantastic office and commercial space, as well as leisure facilities, parks and squares.
Barratt London’s Nine Elms Point development lies at the heart of this new property hotspot, conveniently located along the Northern Line extension with a private entrance to the new Nine Elms underground station for all residents when it opens in 2020.
With great transport links, a proposed footbridge across the Thames to Pimlico and an array of shops, restaurants, bars and cafés, it’s easy to see how Nine Elms is fast becoming an incredibly captivating area. All just moments from the heart of London.
Such is the excitement surrounding Nine Elms that a number of prestigious institutions have already made it their future home. The US Embassy will shortly take up residence in its iconic new home, with the Dutch Embassy soon to join it, while Apple has also announced it will set up its new UK headquarters here, housing around 1,400 staff.