August 23, 2022
Battersea Power Station has announced a wave of retail and leisure brands opening in the Grade II* listed building and on Electric Boulevard, central London’s newest pedestrianised high street from autumn 2022. The announcement follows the news of its practical completion earlier this year ahead of its opening.
The line-up of new brands announced includes Battersea Bookshop, a new standalone neighbourhood bookshop from specialist bookseller Stanfords.
London fitness brand, Third Space, will also be opening in 2023 on the newly created pedestrianised high street, Electric Boulevard, which will run from the south of the Power Station, between Frank Gehry’s Prospect Place and Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens to the Northern Line underground station.
The list of brands announced are:
Accessories and eyewear
Culture, confectionery and grocery
Fitness & wellbeing
These will join a line-up of retailers already set to open their doors at Battersea Power Station from this autumn creating over 2,500 new jobs, including Uniqlo, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, The Kooples, Ray-Ban, L’Occitane, Gant, The Body Shop, Lacoste, Aēsop, Mango, Reiss, Le Labo, Hugo Boss, MAC Cosmetics, Space NK, Jo Malone London, Kiehl’s Since 1851.
JKS Restaurants will be opening a 24,000 sq. ft Arcade Food Hall in the Boiler House at the heart of the Power Station in 2023. The food hall will feature new JKS brands, as well as three standalone restaurants including award-winning Taiwanese restaurant BAO, and a yet to be announced Thai restaurant.
It was announced earlier this year that international high-street favourite, ZARA, will open its first Central London store south of the river on Electric Boulevard.