Battersea Power Station Development Company has launhed the Turbine Hall to the retail leasing market.
It hopes it will house the best and brightest collection of British and international brands in one of the world’s most iconic buildings.
Turbine Hall A, which was built in the 1930s will be home to the Premium Collection, “brands that portray elegance, sophistication and timeless style”, while Turbine Hall B, completed in the 1950s will bring together contemporary brands providing “an eclectic mix of younger, faster and more diverse names”.
Apple, one of the most famous brands in the world, has already pre-let 500,000 sq ft of offices within the building.
Simon Murphy, Deputy CEO and CFO of Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “The retail offering here will form a key part of a new London destination we are creating at Battersea Power Station. Locals and those from across Britain and the world will be coming here for all sorts of reasons, including being able to go into one of the world’s most recognisable buildings.
“On behalf of our Malaysian shareholders, we are looking forward to fully opening this iconic building to the public for the first time so that it can be enjoyed for generations to come.”
Helen Carr, F&B Leasing Director at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “Food lovers, chefs and restaurateurs from all over the world have their eyes on the Power Station as it emerges as a new food destination and we are in a great position to attract the best of this home grown talent and global cuisines.
“We will have a 35,000 sq ft food hall showcasing innovative dining experiences that combine the best of London’s vibrant food scene, including the latest restaurant start-ups, new concepts, and international cuisines. It will be a place to discover emerging talent, alongside established chefs, and a chance to sample the latest food trends or enjoy old favourites.”