The first 800 homes in the Battersea Power Station development will go on sale this week.
The collection of flats and townhouses are expected to go on the market for £335,000 for a studio, £420,000 for a one-bedroom, almost £900,000 for a three bed. No price has yet been set for the townhouses, which will go for substantially more.
The sale is part of the wider 39-acre redevelopment, which will include 3,400 homes, two hotels, alongside a score of offices and shops.
The £8bn project is being headed by a consortium of Malaysia’s three biggest development firms SP Setia, Sime Derby and the Employee’s Provident Fund, which paid £400m for the iconic power station after it went into administration.
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