The team behind the regeneration of Battersea Power Station has revealed the names of the restaurants, cafés and shops set to move into the first phase of the Circus West development.
The development will eventually include thousands of homes, shops and offices, as well as leisure space and parkland.
Commercial properties will occupy the entire ground floor at Circus West and will include the likes of neighbourhood eatery Pedler Cru, coffee shop the Coffeeworks Project and bakery Flour Power City Bakery.
Joanne Skilton, head of leasing, Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: "The team at Battersea has looked carefully at all the elements needed to create both a great community and a great place. We have therefore put together a mix of local shops, restaurants and social amenities, which will not only give Circus West a distinctive neighbourhood feel, but make it a fantastic place for people to visit when it opens."
Set alongside the western edge of Battersea Power Station, the Circus West development will provide amenities for up to 25,000 people, including two new buildings designed by architects Simpson Haugh and Partners, and dRMM.
Further tenant announcements will be made in the coming months, with businesses expected to open in early 2017.
The first commercial hospitality tenants include:
Pedler Cru neighbourhood eaterie offering seasonal ingredients and a daily changing menu
Vagabond independent, hybrid wine shop and bar
Allens of Battersea London butcher providing quality meat and butchery courses
Flour Power City Bakery bakery and all-day café serving bread, pastries and cakes
The Coffeeworks Project family-run, independent speciality coffee house
No29 pub and casual dining by bar and restaurant group Darwin & Wallace
The General Store general store and deli
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