When the US Embassy decided to move away from Grosvenor Square and create a modern embassy building in the centre of Nine Elms, it became the cultural anchor for this new district.
It was this moment of transformation that brought Embassy Gardens to life as a diplomatic precinct for the 21st century. Although still defining its personality, the development is attracting investors and residents excited to be part of a rare investment opportunity in London.
Across the Thames from Chelsea and Kensington, Embassy Gardens is a short journey from some of London’s most popular sites, including Westminster, the Southbank Centre and London Bridge. Embassy Gardens is one of the most desirable addresses in London.
As developers, collaborators and visionaries, we have worked for decades to understand how people will want to live in future.
At Embassy Gardens, we have explored this knowledge and combined it with the skills of award-winning designers to create a new development on London’s south bank.
If Nine Elms is the final piece of the South Bank’s regeneration story, Embassy Gardens is the jewel in its crown.
‘The market in London has proved to be very resilient and moving forward will thrive in whatever shape or form the new world takes.’