Battersea Power Station flats go on sale – Telegraph

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The 800 properties range from £338,000 for a studio apartment to more than £6m for one of the nine river-facing penthouse flats and form part of the first phase of the grade-II* listed building’s conversion, which is also set to include offices, shops, a gym, spa and theatre.

Attractions – apart from residency in the iconic Art Deco building in south west London – include an indoor ‘Winter Garden’, a private cinema, bar and library.

Preparatory work on the site began in 2012 after a consortium of Malaysian giants- SP Setia, Sime Derby and the Employee’s Provident Fund – paid £400m to buy the power station, and the first properties are expected to be completed by 2016.

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