Graphite Square, Vauxhall
Graphite Square is a new mixed-use residential and co-working scheme in Vauxhall. It will deliver 160 homes and 80,000 sq ft of co-working space over three floors, with two public spaces that link currently disconnected local streets. It will also deliver a cohesive new community to an area noticeably on the up.
Graphite Square is a new exciting mixed-use scheme showcasing a strong architecture in an established and well-connected part of central London. Situated close to the Nine Elms Regeneration area as well as the River Thames, the location offers plenty of indoor and outdoor activities on your doorstep.
The industrial style homes feature bright and airy open-plan living spaces with floor-to-ceiling doors leading out to the balcony offering unique and fine views of the iconic London skyline. These spaces radiate a sense of peace, combined with a sense of excitement. They’re part of London’s story of constant reinvention.
Graphite Square was a birthplace for outdoor entertainment and used for music, dancing, fireworks and operas - to name a few - all lit up by thousand lanterns. Now grand entrance lobbies feature ceiling sculptures, high-end interiors which are carried through to all parts of this exceptional development.
Aside from the residents' landscaped gardens, there are also green enclaves on the doorstep - Vauxhall Park has a children's playground, a tennis court, and a selection of model miniature houses. For a taste of the rural life in the city, Vauxhall City Farm packs in a good selection of animals, complete with a duck pond and an ecology garden.
Vauxhall will very soon take on the mantle of a vibrant and exciting locale. There is a far higher proportion of 25–34 year olds in Vauxhall / Nine Elms / Battersea compared with London as a whole, with a notably lower proportion of people aged 34 and above. 57% of households are characterised as young professionals (rising prosperity), notably higher than the London average.
With around 7,000 new homes likely to be completed over the next five years, the population of Vauxhall/Nine Elms / Battersea is estimated to increase by more than 10,000 in that period. This increase of 30% will mean around 35,000 people residing in this fast-evolving neighbourhood.
The building’s four main elements are brick, steel, glass and plants. The elements that made the industrial revolution possible and still resonate strongly today in Vauxhall.
The building creates an iconic presence due to its sheer scale. This, combined with the character of well-crafted materials, makes an impact with a building that can be viewed from as far afield as Primrose Hill and Greenwich.
Relaxing bedrooms offer direct views of the surrounding greenery and London skyline which ensure that you’ll wake up feeling inspired every day.
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- Developer: Third.i
- Lease: 999 years
- PC: Q4 2024
- Landscaped Podium Gardens
- Industrial style architecture
- Prices from £699,950