It's been a busy few years in Victoria, to say the least. Here are some of the key dates and events from the last decade, when Victoria was transformed into one of London’s most exciting social, cultural and culinary neighbourhoods.
Here are some of the biggest and best moments from when it all happened in SW1.
To crown Land Securities £2.2 billion regeneration of the area, Nova, Victoria will open which will be home to the capital’s finest new eateries
Top brands open in Victoria including the melting pot of fitness Gym Box, German fashion house Hugo BOSS, Australia's reinvention of tea T2, the home of exquisite scents Jo Malone and Italy's favourite flavours cooked up by Coco di Mama
The Zig Zag Building is completed announcing the arrival of financial houses Jupiter Asset Management and Deutsche Bank
Extending Victoria's cultural offering Curzon Cinema opens on Victoria Street, renowned for art house, independant films
62 Buckingham Gate is completed, with Grayson Perry and Stuart Haygarth artworks hung in the reception.
The first issue of the Victoria Newspaper is printed, celebrating the people, places and spaces that make this neighbourhood SW1
Fashion giant and part-time film director, Tom Ford relocates his HQ to Victoria and jean queen, Donna Ida opens her new store.
Christopher Bailey welcomes Burberry to its new offices on Horseferry Road. The start of a fashion renaissance for the area
The regeneration of Victoria Underground station is announced by TFL, further improving Victoria's unrivalled transport links
Cardinal Place and the Roof Garden opens to the public, creating a new restaurant and retail destination with beautiful public spaces