NINE ELMS POINT
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
HKD 6,750,000 - 28,000,000
- HKD 6,750,000 - 28,000,000
- LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
- 603-1913 square feet
- 1/2/3/4 Bedrooms
- Up to 75% Loan-To-Value
- Min. Cash Required: HKD 1,690,000
- Estimated Completion: Q2 2018
- Ownership: 999 years leasehold
- Rental yield up to 4.5%
- Mortgaged Buyer Return: 18.0%
- Located in prime Location Zone 1, with a highly attractive price from £945 per sqft
- Most homes with free balcony or terrace
- Managed by the developer listed on the London Stock Exchange, a FTSE 100 company for nearly 60 years
- A 9 minutes walk to Vauxhall Station offering fast access to Victoria Station for just 10 minutes.
- A large-scale regeneration project currently underway throughout Nine Elms
- A potential residential and business district – The new Northern Line next to Nine Elms Point will open in 2020
- The US Embassy and The Dutch Embassy have relocated in Nine Elms. The "Apple" has also announced it will set up its new UK headquarter in Battersea Park Station in the near future.
- London's world recognised universities are under a 30-minute drive, tube or train journey from Nine Elms
Nine Elms Point is an outstanding collection of 593 studios, apartments and penthouses in the emerging riverside quarter of Nine Elms. Set across seven thoughtfully designed and architecturally individual buildings each connected with one another via landscaped podium gardens. Most homes with free balcony or terrace.
At Nine Elms Point, the contemporary London lifestyle is exceptionally well catered for. Residents’ balconies or terraces offer superb views over the landscaped podium gardens, enhancing the community ambience.
Further onsite amenities include a brand new 80,000 square foot flagship Sainsbury's supermarket, a private fitness suite and 24-hour concierge, private cinema as well as proposed new business facilities and a private dining room, available for exclusive occasions.
Nine Elms Point benefits from fantastic transport connections. It lies adjacent to the brand new Northern Line underground extension, due for completion in 2020, with Vauxhall underground and mainline stations just minutes away. This exceptional location means an array of facilities are on hand to meet the demands of modern life.
Located in ZONE 1 on the banks on the Thames
NINE ELMS POINT is managed by the developer listed on the London Stock Exchange - a FTSE 100 company for nearly 60 years. The developer have built more than 450,000 quality homes for both first time buyers and people moving up the property ladder and delighted to now be recognised as the UK's most recommended major national housebuilder. It have been awarded Housebuilder of the Year time and time again.
The proximity of Nine Elms Point to excellent transport links means getting around is simple, whether by rail, road or even riverboat. Two new underground stations are being built locally as part of the Northern Line extension with one, Nine Elms, being just a minute from your front door.
Vauxhall station is also just minutes away. From there, the underground passes through a number of London's most important stations, including Victoria, Euston and King's Cross St Pancras International for services to Paris, Brussels and elsewhere on the continent.
For more travel further afield, Waterloo mainline station provides regular trains to the south and south west, while Heathrow Airport and London City Airport can each be reached in under an hour.
POTENTIAL GROWTH IN NINE ELMS
The US Embassy has relocated from Mayfair to its iconic new home – NINE ELMS in 2017, with The DUTCH Embassy also relocated in NINE ELMS. The world leading technology company "Apple" has also announced it will set up its new UK headquarters here, housing around 1,400 staff.
*Location pictures from the left : The US Embassy, The Dutch Embassy and The Apple UK Headquarter
The US Embassy
The US Embassy in NINE ELMS will produce a modern, welcoming, safe and energy efficient embassy for the 21st century.
"Today is for celebrating a new facet of the special relationship. The U.S. and the U.K. have long been partners in development across the globe. But today we celebrate a different kind of development — the continued development and evolution of London itself. We are proud to be putting down roots in Nine Elms. And we're proud to provide an anchor for more businesses and jobs, bringing thousands of new neighbors to fuel economic revitalization here.” — Ambassador Barzun, Ground breaking Ceremony Nov. 2013
The Dutch Embassy
The Dutch Embassy has relocated from Hyde Park Gate to Nine Elms on the South Bank in 2017.
Helen Fisher, Programme Director of Nine Elms on the South Bank said: "The relocation of the Dutch Embassy to Nine Elms, the growing interest from international audiences and the pace and quality of development and regeneration is central to the area becoming recognised as the emerging landmark destination for London. This, coupled with investment in the surrounding infrastructure, including an extension to the Northern Line, makes Nine Elms an important driver for London's future growth.”
The Apple UK Headquarter
Apple is to move its UK headquarters to Battersea power station in a major boost for the £8bn regeneration of the Grade II-listed building – and a fillip for London following June's Brexit vote.
The technology company has agreed to take 500,000 sq ft of office space across six floors in the power station's central boiler house. It will move 1,400 Apple employees into the building in 2021 from its eight other London offices.
The Apple deal is the largest office letting in the West End of London and the surrounding area for 20 years. Apple will keep its main European headquarters in Cork, where it employs 4,000 people, but the Battersea site will be one of its biggest offices outside the US.
The deal follows Google and Facebook signing up for similarly large developments in London. Google is building a campus in King's Cross while Facebook will occupy offices off Oxford Street.
Source : Graham Ruddick Senior business reporter – The Guardian
Philip Hammond, the chancellor, said the deal is “another vote of confidence in the UK economy”. “Apple's decision further strengthens London’s position as a global technology hub and demonstrates how the UK is at the forefront of the next steps in the tech revolution," he said.
GREAT CONNECTIVITY FOR WORK AND LEISURE
Located in Zone 1 on the banks of the Thames, Nine Elms central position means there are landmarks to discover in every direction. Breathtaking Gothic buildings such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Westminster Palace and the Houses of Parliament are a mere two miles away.
Head west and you'll stumble across one of the most iconic works of architecture in Britain: Battersea Power Station. This historic landmark is being transformed into a brand new destination for both Nine Elms and wider London.
Some of London's most populous commercial hubs, including the City and the West End, are nearby thanks to the enviable connectivity afforded by the location of Nine Elms. London Bridge, home to the Shard and More London, along with Canary Wharf, are a short commute from your front door.
At only 15 minutes from Oxford Circus by public transport, Nine Elms Point affords residents fast and easy access to the capital's most celebrated retail havens, including Bond Street, Selfridges, Liberty, Regent Street and Carnaby Street. Equally close by are famous west London shopping streets such as the King's Road, Sloane Square and High Street Kensington, as well as popular department stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
London's many markets also provide a great alternative for shopping. Just 30 minutes from Nine Elms Point by public transport is Borough Market, where the food and local produce on display are some of the most mouth-watering in London. Brixton, to the south, is the place to go for exotic dishes and ingredients, while the world-famous vintage and antique stalls of Portobello and Spitalfields Markets, to the west and east respectively, never fail to draw curious weekend crowds.
REGENERATION PROJECT IN NINE ELMS
Nine Elms is the most exciting regeneration project to take place in the recent history of the capital.
* Source : "The B1M" Video
This whole area has attracted billions of pounds of private sector investment resulting in a scale of development in London that has not been seen since Canary Wharf 25 years ago. The total regeneration area spans 561 acres (227 hectares) of central London land stretching along the south bank of the Thames – within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament, Sloane Square, Tate Britain, Battersea Park and The Kia Oval cricket ground.
The area will become an exciting new destination creating 16,000 new homes, 25,000 jobs, fantastic office and commercial spaces, as well as leisure facilities, parks and squares. Add to that two brand new underground stations, an array of shops, restaurants, bars and cafés and it's easy to see how Nine Elms will become an incredibly magnetic, cosmopolitan area.
With a high concentration of internationally respected educational institutions forming part of London's cosmopolitan appeal, it's easy to see why so many people choose to live and study here.
Within a three mile radius of Nine Elms Point are some of London's top universities, including the London School of Economics, Imperial College and Kings College London, meaning a world-class education is just a short commute away.
London also boasts some of the worlds best schools and colleges specialising in the arts. Central St Martins College is 30 minutes from Nine Elms Point by public transport, while the Royal Colleges of Music and Art are both under three and a half miles away.
Close by in Nine Elms, Battersea and across the river are a number of Ofsted-rated outstanding primary and secondary schools.
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