One Nine Elms - London - By Wanda
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TRANSFORMING London

Nine Elms is the largest regeneration project in Europe, transforming 3km of London's riverside into an ultra-desirable residential quarter, international business district, and outstanding cultural and leisure destination.

ROOTED IN HERITAGE

Vauxhall has existed as a settlement on the Thames for hundreds of years, and Nine Elms derives its name from a row of trees that once bordered the main road. Public gardens as places to socialise and celebrate have featured throughout the area's history to the present day.

1490 Lambeth Palace
Lambeth Palace The site of Lambeth Palace has been the London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury for nearly 800 years, with Morton's Tower, the imposing gateway that can be seen today, added in 1490. The garden at Lambeth Palace is the oldest continuously cultivated garden in London, and is open to the public, along with the Museum of Garden History housed in in the former St. Mary's Church next door.
1661 Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens Originally known as New Spring Gardens, the site is believed to have opened in
1661, becoming Vauxhall Gardens in 1785. The Gardens drew enormous crowds,
with tightrope walkers, hot-air balloon ascents, concerts and fireworks providing entertainment in the summer. Changing hands many times over the years, the site is now known as Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, and is managed as a public park by the London Borough of Lambeth.
1809 Vauxhall Bridge Construction
Vauxhall Bridge Construction The first Vauxhall Bridge, originally called Regent Bridge, was built between 1809 and 1816 as part of a scheme for redeveloping the south bank of the Thames. The current Vauxhall Bridge replaced the old one in 1906. Now a major transport artery taking the A202 across the Thames, it used to carry first horse-drawn and then electric trams over the river until 1951.
1838 London Terminus at Nine Elms
London Terminus at Nine Elms Nine Elms has a history of being well connected to the rest of the city and indeed the country. Nine Elms railway station opened in 1838 as the first London terminus of the London and South Western Railway, linking to points between Vauxhall and London Bridge by Thames steamboats. The arrival of the terminus stimulated rapid development in the area and Vauxhall remains a major transport hub today.
2012 Diamond Jubilee
Diamond Jubilee On 3 June 2012, the Spirit Of Chartwell, the royal barge carrying Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, left Battersea Bridge and sailed past Vauxhall to commence the Diamond Jubilee Pageant along the River Thames. A flotilla of 670 boats made up the parade, including military, commercial, and pleasure craft and, according to the Guinness World Records, this was the largest ever parade of boats.
2015 Nine Elms Regeneration
Nine Elms Regeneration The Nine Elms regeneration project will write a new chapter in the area's history. Bringing new homes, jobs and schools, it will also continue the tradition of celebrating the public realm. With a network of parks, gardens and riverside walks people can gather to enjoy culture and sports, dining and drinking, or simply relaxing by the river.

AN ENVIABLE LOCATION

The two iconic towers at One Nine Elms occupy prime position at the gateway to the Nine Elms development, in a superb riverside setting with excellent connections to the rest of the city.

LONDON'S NEW LANDMARK ADDRESS

One Nine Elms is entering the London stage to set a new standard for the city, offering luxurious private apartments alongside a world-class five-star hotel.

AN ICONIC SKYLINE

Soaring over 50 storeys into the sky, One Nine Elms will offer its residents unrivalled views of London's most famous landmarks, from The Shard and the London Eye, to Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.

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A PARAGON OF LUXURY AND STYLE

Dalian Wanda Group is China's biggest and best-known developer, with an extensive international portfolio of shopping malls, cinemas, entertainment brands and commercial and residential property. One Nine Elms marks Wanda's international debut, presenting the iconic River Tower and City Towers, linked by the Wanda Vista, the first Wanda hotel outside of China.

71 luxury
hotels
530 cinemas
worldwide
$86BN Total
Wanda assets
$10BN Overseas
investments
99 Department
stores
109 Commercial
retail plazas

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