Apple To Create New UK Headquarters At London’s Battersea Power Station

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Apple is moving its UK headquarters to the Battersea Power Station — London’s iconic brick building that Pink Floyd portrayed on the cover of its 1977 album “Animals.” The station’s redevelopment is part of an estimated $16.5 billion megadevelopment in the city.

h/t: businessinsider

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Located in southwest London’s Nine Elms neighborhood, the former power station will serve as the center of the larger redevelopment project (dubbed the Battersea Power Station development), which features high-end apartments, hotels, roof gardens, parks, and other offices. It will be one of the most expensive developments in in the city’s history.

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A Malaysian consortium and architecture firm WilkinsonEyre will lead the power station’s development, which includes converting the building into offices, shops, event space, theater, and luxury condos.

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