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Battersea Power Station unveils new raft of brands joining its line-up

Battersea Power Station has announced a further wave of retail brands that will open when the new shopping and leisure venue launches this autumn. These include… View Article

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Battersea Power Station unveils new raft of brands joining its line-up

Battersea Power Station has announced a further wave of retail brands that will open when the new shopping and leisure venue launches this autumn.

These include Ace + Tate, Lululemon, Theory, Castore, Mulberry, Hackett and Sweaty Betty, as well as Battersea Bookshop which will be operated by renowned London bookseller Stanfords.

Other additions will include Watches of Switzerland, ROX, IWC, M&S Food, Clarendon Fine Art, Venchi, Levi’s, Pinko, Oseyo, Petit Pli, Abercrombie & Fitch, Rituals and Superdry.

The news means that 90% of commercial space in Battersea Power Station is now let with 85% of the retail and leisure space exchanged or under offer.

Simon Murphy, chief executive at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “The countdown to the Power Station opening its doors to the public for the first time in history is well and truly on. From this Autumn, local residents, Londoners and visitors from further afield will be able to see for themselves how the Grade II listed landmark has been transformed into a retail and leisure destination like no other.

“From the very beginning, our shareholders have been committed to giving back to the local community. The opening of the Power Station will not only give members of the public the opportunity to visit and enjoy one of Britain’s treasured landmarks, it will also create over 2,500 new jobs and help boost both the local and wider London economy.”

Brands already set to open their doors at Battersea Power Station from this autumn include  Uniqlo, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, The Kooples, Ray-Ban, L’Occitane, Gant, The Body Shop, Lacoste, Aēsop, Mango, Reiss, Le Labo, Hugo Boss, MAC Cosmetics, Space NK, Jo Malone London and Kiehl’s Since 1851.

In addition, London fitness brand Third Space will open a 28,000 square foot club on the venue’s Electric Boulevard in 2023. P-THREE acted on behalf of Third Space on the deal.

Photo credit: John Sturrock

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