The green backbone of Linear Park
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The green spine of Linear Park

A key element of the overall masterplan for Nine Elms is the Linear Park, running from Vauxhall Bridge to the Battersea Power Station site, providing a sustainable, green backbone to the new quarter.

Linear Park in Nine Elms

As the Linear Park passes through Embassy Gardens, it becomes the central focus, with further gardens, a pond, walks and public spaces radiating from it. Communal courtyards within the building blocks provide additional private amenity space for the use of residents and their guests, with more private gardens along the courtyard edges.

Linear Park in Nine Elms

The inspiration for the Linear Park comes from New York’s magical High Line, a mile long park built on an elevated section of the former New York Central Railroad, running down the lower west side of Manhattan; it has now been reclaimed and planted as an aerial greenway which has in turn had a phenomenally positive regenerative impact upon the entire district.

Highline New York
The art of Linear Park

Simon Fujiwara’s Modern Marriage

Embassy Gardens is now home to three new public sculptures from three of Britain’s most prolific contemporary artists. Internationally celebrated curator and art historian Sir Norman Rosenthal curated the sculptures, which feature along  the Linear Park.

The Linear Park will connect EG to Vauxhall Station (Zone 1) and  Battersea Power Station

The Linear Park will open up a new pedestrian and cycle route through Embassy Gardens

The Linear Park will contain 130,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space

Wild gardens, water features and large-scale artworks connect the development from east to west

The Park will be open 24 hours a day

The worlds first Sky Pool at Embassy Gardens

The one and only Sky Pool

The Sky Pool is the world’s first ‘floating’ pool, allowing members to glide between buildings 35 metres up in the sky.
New Union Square at Embassy Gardens

New Union Square

New Union Square at Embassy Gardens will be a rich mix of restaurants, bars and cafés, shops and other boutique businesses.
The story of Embassy Gardens

The story of Embassy Gardens

When the US Embassy created a modern embassy building in Nine Elms, it became the cultural anchor for this new district.

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