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

At London’s Battersea Power Terminal, a new period of 204 residential units at Koa at Electric Blvd has already been introduced. The residential property is going to be showcased in Singapore over the weekend of Nov 5 and 6 at the 4 Seasons Hotel, with JLL and Savills Singapore as the joined advertising companies.

The property development is going to include among London’s biggest residential roof yards, made by James Corner of Field Operations along with LDA Design. The outdoor area will feature sunrays lawns, barbeque and barbecue areas, also landscape.

The available units are developed using modern interiors and premier surfaces, letting in natural lighting. The interior of every unit has also been built around flexibility, providing devoted offices where feasible.

“With the huge starting of the shopping center housed inside the iconic Battersea Power Station, the restored interest rate in this waterfront place has definitely been amazing,” claims Jacqueline Wong, corporate director, chief of non commercial services and even international residential at Savills Singapore.

Koa at Electric Blvd remains in London’s Area 1 and the development is next to the Battersea Power Station tube station. These are the very first new homes to release in the place ever since 2014.

Units are a mix of centers, 1- and two-bedroom apartments, for costs starting from GBP560,000 (approximately $911,000).

Lentor Modern condominium

She includes that this particular revival “upholds a strong demand from the two property owners and also renters alike. International financiers, particularly Asians, are going to understand the architecture of Koa at Electric Blvd including the sky patios as well as roof yard. Considering the weak pound, this is a great chance to be a component of this community”.

Additional establishments in the project include an 8,350 sq ft Sky Lounge, offices, a cinema room, lounge locations, and also a fitness center. A two-storey retail platform stretches the new Electric Blvd pedestrianised high road.

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