In possession of a selling point to trump all selling points, Embassy Gardens is already famous for the breath-taking sky pool that forms a ten-storey high link between its two constituent twin towers. This is the kind of newsworthy feature that is part and parcel of living in the heart of Nine Elms - a development scheme so ambitious that it requires its very own Tube extension. The name of the development is inspired by the close proximity of the new US embassy and also because it is located in a riverside park. It is this linear green belt that connects Embassy Gardens with the trendy Zone 1 district of Vauxhall and also with the regenerated splendour of Battersea Power Station.
Upon entering the development, residents and visitors are greeted by a superbly designed “statement lobby”, a bright and welcoming space that houses not only a 24hr concierge service but also a restaurant and live music venue. Other on-site amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, gym, private cinema and landscaped gardens. The one, two and three bedroom apartments all provide stunning views of the River Thames and Central London skyline.
The existing transport infrastructure centres around the Vauxhall Underground and mainline services which provide fast links into the main Victoria and Waterloo rail hubs, respectively. However, this will soon be revolutionised by the Northern Line extension which is designed to join Nine Elms directly to the heart of the West End and Square Mile.