DAMAC Tower Nine Elms London is nestled between Vauxhall and Battersea.
This is where a multi-billion pound investment is dramatically transforming the area into an ultra-modern residential and internationally significant business district,
set to become a new centre for arts and culture in the capital.
The Nine Elms district is already home to the New Covent Garden Market, the new US Embassy, Battersea Power Station and almost two miles of Thames river
frontage which will be lined with cafés, bars, restaurants, cultural attractions and public space.
A metropolitan hub of art and culture, London’s South Bank is home to some of the world’s most famous arts venues.
Drama takes centrestage at the National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall and the Old Vic, while art and sculpture impress at Tate Modern,
Hayward Galleries and Saatchi Art Gallery, just across the river in Chelsea
Your new home at DAMAC Tower is well connected and the city and West End are within easy reach via Vauxhall rail and underground station.
If you are looking to go further ahead, the nearby Queenstown Road and Battersea
Park railway stations offer connection to the rest of the UK via London Bridge and London Victoria. Seeing more of the world is easier too and you can reach
Gatwick Airport in less than an hour by train. With the new Northern Line extension soon to be introduced, travelling will become even easier, serving
two new underground stations – Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station, enabling residents to reach the city in just eight minutes