London's Tower Nine Elms is located between Vauxhall and Battersea, where a multi-billion dollar investment is radically transforming the area into an ultra-modern residential and commercial district of international significance, destined to become the capital's new arts and cultural centre. The area is close to Vauxhall Cross train and bus stations and the underground.
The London experience of the Nine Elms Tower goes beyond the four walls: outside you can enjoy the new pedestrian areas and the beautiful public square. The Nine Elms area is home to the new Covent Garden market, the site of the new US Embassy and Battersea Power Station, a popular feature of the London skyline.
It also boasts almost two miles of Thames shoreline and, as part of the redevelopment project, will be enhanced by cafes, bars, restaurants, cultural attractions and public spaces. In addition, a new linear development park will make it one of the greenest neighbourhoods on London's South Bank and create 50 acres of new public space. All this and a host of other historic landmarks within walking distance.