Battersea Roof Gardens is part of the third phase of the Battersea Power Station masterplan. The mixed-use building features 436 apartments, the 164-room art’otel London Battersea Power Station, and is topped by one of the city’s largest rooftop gardens.

The garden is home to 23,000 plants and 55 trees, with grassy areas for social events - and soft ambient lighting which extends use into the evening hours. Curved wooden seating areas echo the form of the building and provide residents with a place to relax in nature and take in the panoramic views. Guests staying at the hotel have access to their own rooftop garden with a lounge bar and infinity pool that overlooks the power station’s iconic chimneys. 

Residents also benefit from a unique Sky Lounge on the fourteenth and fifteenth floors, which features a sunset bar, workspaces, cinema room, and areas for relaxation. Penthouse apartments have their own private terraces, with spectacular views of the wider development.

Battersea Roof Gardens sits alongside 50 Electric Boulevard, a wellbeing-centred office building with 200,000 square feet of new workspace. Both buildings are located on Electric Boulevard, a split-level high street that runs from the Zone 1 Battersea Power Station Underground station to the Grade II* listed landmark.

The new buildings and high street share a gently undulating form, which has been designed to maximise views of the power station. The meandering street offers a wide range of restaurants and shops, receding and expanding at the upper level to create unique vantage points and moments of pause for people as they walk along. 

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