KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 22): Battersea Power Station is slated to open its doors to the second phase of the mixed development project, the Grade II* listed Power Station in September 2022, featuring the first tranche of cafes, bars and restaurants.
The Grade II* listed building will house over 100 shops, restaurants and cafes, an events venue, a unique chimney lift experience offering 360-degree panoramic views of London’s skyline, new office space and 254 new residential apartments.
The September opening will unveil its first tranche of cafés, bars and restaurants hosting British and international eateries including Le Bab, Where The Pancakes Are, Poke House, Clean Kitchen Club, Paris Baguette, Joe & The Juice, Starbucks, and Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Battersea Power Station Development Co said in a statement on Monday (Feb 21).
Battersea Power Station’s food and drink offering, located in the historic Turbine Halls and Boiler House, is complemented by 14 outlets already open in the Circus West Village including authentic Malaysian restaurant Roti King.
“It will be the ‘must-visit’ destination for foodies,” the company said. “A 20,000 sq ft Food Hall offering an all-day dining experience will also be opening in the Boiler House at the heart of the Power Station,” it added.
These newly-announced brands will join a line-up of retailers already set to open their doors next year, including Ray-Ban, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, The Kooples, Aesop, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, MAC Cosmetics, Space NK, Watches of Switzerland and Jo Malone.
Leisure outlets include boxing gym BXR and The Cinema at the Power Station, a new cinema and private members club, with sister sites including The Cinema at Selfridges.
Meanwhile, State of Play Hospitality’s Bounce will be opening its venue comprising 11 gaming areas, a central cocktail bar and a private room.
Battersea Power Station’s first development phase, Circus West Village, is already home to over 1,700 residents and more than 20 bars, restaurants, cafés, fitness and leisure offerings.
The riverside neighbourhood usually welcomes over three million people each year thanks to its annual events programme with highlights including the Light Festival at Battersea Power Station, which is currently taking place until Feb 27.
The wider Battersea Power Station development is owned by a consortium of Malaysian investors composed of S P Setia Bhd (40%), Sime Darby Property Bhd (40%) and the Employees’ Provident Fund or EPF (20%).
The commercial assets within the Power Station building are directly owned by Permodalan Nasional Bhd and the EPF, the company said.
Edited by Surin Murugiah
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