Nova is a commanding presence in Victoria and the finishing piece of a vibrant new central London destination. Engineered office space is flexible, resilient and connected, made to make it easy to cycle or run to work with a dedicated cycle centre included.
3i moved to Victoria in 2006, since then the area has totally evolved. It’s a great place to work, offering good transport links and a wide variety of shops, culture and restaurants.”
Kathryn van der Kroft, Communications Director, 3i
A place to think differently doesn’t just have an on-site restaurant and bar, it has its own food quarter. Nova Food is a natural draw, spanning the two acres of public realm, it includes 17 restaurants, bars and cafes, over 700 al fresco seats, artisan food markets, an outdoor art gallery and inventive kiosks.
Its been so exciting watching Victoria transform. Nova Food is a fantastic focal point and offers something for every occasion.”
Robert Robinson, Co-founder, Notes
VICTORIA STREET & Cardinal place
Head up Victoria Street for social eating and meeting places, with shopping, restaurants and bars lining Victoria Street and into Cardinal Place. The Roof Garden at Cardinal Place transforms in summer as the place to watch outdoor screeings of Wimbledon.
Victoria has become a real destination - we’re really enjoying the changes that are happening in the area and our multifaceted offer suits the dynamic mix of workers and residents.”
Martin Williams, Founder and CEO, M
SW1 might have the pick of our Great British heritage here, but there’s more to Victoria than Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey. Wander through Strutton Ground, past art galleries, theatres and independent cinema and find yourself off the tourist track in a place dedicated to cultural pursuits.
Victoria buzzes with hit musicals, independent cinemas and historic theatres with something for everyone to enjoy.
Greet the pelicans at St. James’s Park, go for a run in Green Park, discover secret gardens or head to the top of the Roof Gardens at Cardinal Place. Victoria offers plenty of green space for talent to take a break in.
I walk here every morning to my office in Victoria, it’s my favourite part of the day and gives me time to focus my thoughts for the work ahead.”
Axel Bekaert, walker in St James’s Park
With its Belgravia borders, the exclusive London village is a quiet escape from the bustle and buzz of new Victoria, with the lure of Elizabeth and Ebury Street’s exclusive boutiques, Michelin dining rooms and artisanal luxuries a short lunchtime stroll away.
Elizabeth Street is a hidden gem, with its boutique shops and restaurants, it’s a truly exciting and elegant area to explore when you’re in Victoria.”
A neighbourhood of wonderfully varied and successful international firms. Where Bill Gates meets Burberry, 3i meets Channel 4 and Rolls Royce meets Google, Victoria is an amazing, vibrant place to do business.