Battersea Power Station may consider ditching resi units for more office space

"Staggering" office demand after Apple deal and an "enormous" prime resi slowdown could lead to a rethink
Battersea development aerial incl Phase 3

Apple’s landmark signing of 500,000 square feet of Battersea Power Station to create a new “London campus”, combined with the capital’s slowing prime resi market – which has seen some top-end schemes scale back bigger units (here, most recently) – is causing the 42-acre site’s developers to rethink its resi/commercial mix, according to some reports.

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