Sting, the popular music star and ex-lead singer of the 80’s band The Police and his wife Trudie Styler have bought a flat in the iconic Battersea Power Station Development in London, United Kingdom.
Sting performed for the 300 guests at The Battersea Power Station Launch Party held at Canoe Studios, Manhattan, New York, where the couple confirmed that they had bought an apartment on the development on Urban Oasis Condo. The party was to exhibit and highlight the development before the world tour to show commercial leasing and residential property sales opportunities. Trudie Styler commented that that development plans for the entire site are an excellent The Myst regeneration solution for the London landmark, an iconic part of the London skyline, which has been decaying for thirty years.
Performing at Urban Oasis Sims Drive
The Development Company’s CEO and party host Rob Tinknell said that he was delighted that Sting and Trudie had selected Battersea Power Station as their London home base. He said that the whole 42 acre site at the former Battersea Power Station is being transformed into a first class world destination which will attract the best world operators to create a unique place of which London can be proud on Urban Oasis Condo. He added that the company was currently launching phase three of Urban Oasis Condo at Sims Urban OAsis, outstanding flats, which are designed by Foster and Partners and Gehry and Partners.
Sims Urban Oasis Guest Performing
The 300 party guests saw and heard Sting perform a song selection from from his musical “The Last Ship” which highlights Sting’s links with his Tyneside roots and recently opened at the Neil Simon Theatre in Broadway. Sting did not forget his classic popular hits either and played Every little Thing She Does is Magic, Every Breath You Take, Englishman in New York and the haunting and evocative “ Fields of Gold”.
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