Graphite Square is a new mixed-use residential and co-working scheme in Vauxhall.
It will deliver 160 homes and 80,000 sq ft of co-working space over three floors, with two public spaces that link currently disconnected local streets.
It will deliver a cohesive new community to an area noticeably on the up.
· All residential blocks have green roofs and outdoor spaces
· 1,2 and 3 bedrooms
The location is definitely hard to beat – located near River Thames and opposite Tate Britain. It is certainly central to the city's thriving urban heart.
The Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea area is the fastest-changing neighborhood in Zone 1. Almost 5,000 residential units have been completed since 2005, along with retail, leisure, and office space. A further 4,800 units are being built.
Vauxhall is a major transport hub in Zone One with both overland and underground stations
· 10 mins drive to Chelsea
· 10 mins by bike to The West End
· 8 mins by tube to Oxford Circus
· 26 mins by boat to the City of London
· Under 40 mins to 3 London airports
This neighborhood is making huge strides forward.
TThe building’s four main elements are brick, steel, glass and plants.
The elements that made the industrial revolution possible and still resonate strongly today in Vauxhall.
The building creates an iconic presence due to its sheer scale.
This, combined with the character of well-crafted materials, makes an impact with a building that can be viewed from as far afield as Primrose Hill and Greenwich.
Relaxing bedrooms offer direct views of the surrounding greenery and London skyline which ensure that you’ll wake up feeling inspired every day.