As far as unique selling points go, most new property developments will be hard pressed to top what Embassy Gardens has to offer. Its ten storey high sky pool in the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration quarter is an eye-catching feature that has generated plenty of interest among corporate high-flyers. The pool connects the twin residential towers of a collection of luxury one, two and three bedroom apartments, situated next to the gleaming new United States embassy building. Embassy Gardens is connected via a linear park to the rest of Nine Elms which is destined to become London's latest chic neighbourhood on the south bank of the River. Together with nearby Chelsea and Clapham, it will form a fashionable arc of Southwest London districts, all well within reach of the West End and City.
An expansive glass encased ""Super Lobby"", so spacious that it even has room for an on-site restaurant, gives visitors an exquisite taste of what the interiors have to offer. The apartments are spacious, well-lit and come with all the latest labour-saving appliances. Balcony views encompass the whole of the new diplomatic quarter that is currently drawing investment to this riverside corner of SW8. Apart from the pool, a concierge, residents' gym and private cinema are also available to tenants.
Any new development project worth its salt has to have a comprehensive set of transport options and Nine Elms is in the process of expanding its rail links beyond what's already in place. Apart from the Overground route to Waterloo station and the Victoria line Tube stop at Vauxhall, there are plans to extend the Northern Line from Kennington across to Battersea. This line will consist of two brand new stations aimed at servicing the Nine Elms area and one of them (Nine Elms Station) will be right on the doorstep of Embassy Gardens.