The owners of Battersea Power Station are to kick-off a worldwide tour to find hundreds of retailers, restaurants and office tenants for the next phase of its development.
From November, the Malaysian-owned Battersea Power Station Development Company intends to hold exhibitions in 13 cities across 11 countries, from New York to Milan, Paris, Tokyo, Beijing and Doha, it revealed today.
It will show off space for 115 shops, cafe and restaurants at the heart of the red-brick building itself – over the ground and first floors of the boiler house and the two turbine halls.
The 42-acre site will be home to a total of 250 outlets, with the first 40 due to open in late 2016 next to the first phase of homes known as Circus West.
Another 50 stores will open in 2020 along a new high street flanked by buildings designed by Frank Gehry and Norman Foster.
Chief executive Rob Tincknell, said: “The Power Station is unique, having a very powerful existing brand profile. Together with other leading global retail and business brands, we believe this combination will create a truly world-class destination and a significant addition to the fabric of London.”