Victoria SW1 and the surrounding villages of Belgravia, Pimlico, Knightsbridge and Mayfair make for very distinguished neighbours – and a unique perspective on London life, surrounded by royal buildings, museums and heritage.
The Nova Building is a stone’s throw from London’s treasured Royal Parks, wide green spaces where you can skate, swim, ride, run or just relax and take in the historic landscape.
The oldest of the Royal Parks, St James's provides the setting for the annual Trooping the Colour ceremony.
One of the most peaceful parks, Green Park is a popular spot for picnics and sunbathing spring, summer and autumn.
Kensington Gardens' magnificent tree-lined avenues and ornamental flowerbeds form a showcase setting for royal residence, Kensington Palace.
Westminster Cathedral – a magnificent Neo-Byzantine masterpiece in an intricate striped pattern of brick and stone. The bell tower offers one of London’s best panoramas from its viewing platform.
The Palace’s gleaming white memorial to Queen Victoria is crowned with a golden statue of Victory.
One of the capital’s favourite museums, Tate Britain houses the national collection of British Art from 1500 to the present day.
Landsec has transformed Victoria into a place of renewed connections, right in the heart of London.
An easy walk from London’s fill of cultural and social attractions, The Apartments at Nova are ideally placed for travel. Minutes from the capital’s business and finance districts and with global connections to London’s airports.
As part of Victoria Station’s upgrade, it benefits from new station entrances, ticket halls, lifts, elevators and step free access improving your connection between underground, overground and beyond.
London cabs are one of the capital’s best-loved icons, and their drivers know each and every street in the city. Head over to Victoria Station or allow the 24-hour concierge to hail one for you.
Cycling is a great way to explore the neighbourhood. Discover hidden gems and use the nearby Santander Bike stand.