New residential units at London’s Battersea Power Station launch in Singapore

The property development will include among London’s largest residential roof gardens, created by James Corner of Field Operations and LDA Design. The outside room will certainly feature sun lawns, BBQ and even outing areas, also landscaping.

In London’s Battersea Power Terminal, an updated phase of 204 property units at Koa at Electric Boulevard has already been introduced. The property will be showcased in Singapore over the weekend of Nov 5 and also 6 at the 4 Seasons Hotel, with JLL including Savills Singapore as the joint marketing firms.

Other facilities in the project consist of an 8,350 sq ft Sky Lounge, work areas, a movie theater area, lounge locations, and also a gym. A two-storey retail podium spreads the brand new Electric Boulevard pedestrianised high street.

“With the huge launching of the shopping mall housed inside the iconic Battersea Power Station, the revived interest rate within this riverside place has definitely been remarkable,” says Jacqueline Wong, executive director, director of housing services and even global housing at Savills Singapore.

She incorporates that this revival “upholds a strong need from both house owners and also tenants as well. International investors, in particular Asians, are going to relate to the style of Koa at Electric Blvd including the skies terraces and roofing garden. Taking into consideration the poor pound, this is a great chance to be part of this neighborhood”.

Irwell Hill Residence condominium

Koa at Electric Boulevard is in London’s Zone 1 and the project is alongside the Battersea Power Facility tube station. These are the initial updated residences to launch in the area ever since 2014.

Units are a mix of workshops, 1- and two-bedroom apartments, for costs beginning with GBP560,000 (approximately $911,000).

The readily available units are simply designed by using contemporary interiors and even top-notch finishes, letting in natural lighting. The inside of each unit has also been constructed around adaptability, including committed offices where feasible.

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