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Nike to open inside Battersea Power Station

Nike has become the latest retailer to join the line-up at London’s Battersea Power Station when it opens on 14 October. Spanning around 8,380 square feet,… View Article

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Nike to open inside Battersea Power Station

Nike has become the latest retailer to join the line-up at London’s Battersea Power Station when it opens on 14 October.

Spanning around 8,380 square feet, the store will sit alongside brands such as Hackett, Theory, Ace + Tate, Castore, Mango, Aēsop and Battersea Bookshop who are all setting up shop at the scheme.

Sam Cotton, head of leasing at Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “Nike is a brand that always strives to offer a unique customer experience and to create a sense of community through its different store concepts, making it the perfect fit for Battersea Power Station.”

The shop will be situated on Electric Boulevard where other brands will include the likes of Zara, M&S Food and Korean food and culture hub, Oseyo.

Cotton added: “From the very beginning community has been at the heart of everything we do and will continue once we open the Power Station’s doors from 14 October, offering a one-of-a-kind retail and leisure experience housed in the Power Station’s historic Turbine Halls for all to enjoy.”

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