Landsec, the largest commercial property company in the UK, have invested £2.2 billion in a 22 acre masterplan to change Victoria into a destination people want to live, work and play.
Victoria is the central hub and the engine room of Westminster, and is located at the epicentre of some of the best transport links across the City and provides direct access to international gateways at Gatwick airport.
The first jewel in the crown was Cardinal Place, opening in 2006. It has become one of the most recognisable sites in Victoria, the dramatic sweep of its glass façade narrowing to a single point at the corner of Victoria Street and Bressenden Place. The estate includes three main buildings – 16 Palace Street and 80 - 100 Victoria Street – linked by attractive public gardens and thoroughfares. Above it, you'll find a Roof Garden offering an oasis of tranquility. Over the last 10 years, 123 Victoria Street, 62 Buckingham Gate, The Zig Zag Building and Kings Gate have all emerged on Victoria Street, changing the skyline and landscape of SW1.
The defining moment has been the completion of Nova, Victoria - an architecturally daring urban campus that delivers a new and vibrant destination for London. It will be home to 16 new restaurants, two pop-up kiosks and over 700 al fresco seats. With new concepts including Aster by D&D London, Stoke House by Will Ricker, Rail House Café by Adam White, a brand new concept from Jason Atherton called Hai Cenato and many more, Nova Food will be the new go-to destination for London’s discerning diners, offering all day dining from dawn till dusk.
For more information please visit the Landsec website.