Battersea Power Station: Full list of store openings, including Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger
Battersea Power Station made another announcement regarding the opening of new stores in the iconic Grade II listed building.
Open to the public next year, the power plant will be the centerpiece of a new ’15-minute living, work and leisure district’, which aims to serve as a city center for the immediate and wider local communities. , and a new business district for the capital.
It comes as the Zone 1 Battersea Power Station underground station, which brings the development within 15 minutes of the West End and the city, has opened as part of the North Line extension – which, according to the project managers, is a “real game changer” for the area.
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The latest UK and international retail brands planning to set up shop at Battersea Power Station include:
Iconic American fashion designer, Ralph lauren
Global lifestyle brand, Calvin klein
Internationally renowned, Tommy Hilfiger
Contemporary French fashion brand, The Kooples
Iconic eyewear brand, Ray ban
French brand of natural care and beauty, L’Occitane
American Swedish high-end clothing brand, Glove
Naturally inspired and ethical British cosmetics icon, The body store
French ready-to-wear brand, Lacoste
Australian brand of skin, hair and body care, Aesop
Spanish fashion retailer, Mango
Contemporary global fashion brand, Reiss
Creators of luxury personalized perfumes and candles, The laboratory
Japanese pastry, Kova
These newly announced brands will join a range of retailers already set to open at Battersea Power Station next year, including Hugo Boss,MAC Cosmetics , NK space , Watches from Switzerland , Jo malone , boxing hall, BXR and Cinema at the power station , a new movie club and private members.
A 25,000 square foot Food Hall offering an all-day dining experience will also open in the boiler room at the heart of the power plant.
After a successful pop-up in summer 2020, the high-tech brand of electric bikes VanMoof opened a permanent store in Circus West Village to showcase its range of bikes, the X3 and S3.
Kova will also open this fall in a stand-alone store next to the power plant, offering fine Japanese / French pastries and teas.
As a result of the latest signings, 82 percent of the commercial space at the Battersea Power Plant is now leased, with more than 70 percent of the retail and leisure space traded or in the process of being offered.
Sam Cotton, Leasing Manager at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “We are having without a doubt the most exciting year yet in the transformation of the Battersea Power Station.
“We recently welcomed our first residents to their homes in the Grade II * listed icon, Battersea Power Station Zone 1 subway station opened last week and our merchants and office occupants will begin to fit out their spaces within months. coming before the power station opens its doors to the public next year.
“Battersea Power Plant is on its way to becoming one of the world’s most prominent new districts and its endorsement by such an impressive collection of UK and international brands is testament to the continued appeal of this unique project. “
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The retail experience within the power plant will be housed in the two recently restored historic turbine halls, which, although identical when viewed from the exterior of the building, are quite unique in their interior design.
Turbine Hall A reflects the lavish Art Deco glamor of the 1930s when the power station was built and Turbine Hall B, which was completed in the 1950s, has a more brutalist and industrial look and feel.
The experience will continue on a new main street, Electric Boulevard, which will offer a mix of office space, shops, bars and restaurants, a park, a community center and a 164-room hotel.
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