A new mixed-use development designed by renowned London architects Squire & Partners.

Triptych Bankside, JTRE, will provide 169 new homes situated in the heart of Southbank, neighbouring the iconic Tate Modern Gallery and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

Designed by renowned London architectural firm SQUIRE & PARTNERS, Triptych Bankside is just a short stroll across the iconic Millennium Bridge to the City of London financial centre and St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Residents will benefit from a range of amenities including an impressive double height entrance lobby, 24-hour concierge, residents lounge, workspace facilities and cinema room. These are complemented by a Gym/Wellness establishment, hand-picked independent retailers, communal gardens, and a Cultural facility all on-site at Triptych Bankside.

Located at prestigious 185 Park Street, multi-use Triptych Bankside will comprise three towers: 15- and 19-floor residential and 10-floor administrative. The project includes 169 apartments, over 5,600 m2 office space, and 1,350 m2 retail space. An additional 1,350 m2will be available as entertainment space. Completion is planned for between 2021 and 2022, and the project’s total commercial value is over GBP 400 million.

The project will add wavy organic facades to London’s distinctive panorama. Facilities for residents and tenants include terraces with stunning city views, 24-hour reception, private lounge, game room, gym with wellness, private cinema, communal gardens, and 46 parking spaces. Start of construction was accompanied by the launch of apartment sales and commercial premises rental.

The unique curves of the facade present a distinct contrast to the existing configuration of symmetric towers marking London’s skyline.

London Development key features:

  • Developer: Joint Venture between Sons & Co. London and JTRE
  • Tenure: 999-year leasehold
  • Total 169 units: Studio, 1 – 4 bedrooms (390 – 2,616 sq.ft)
  • Estimated completion: Q4 2021
  • Address: 185 Park Street, SE1 9BL London
  • Planning permission: 14/AP/3842 and 17/AP/1944 granted by The London Borough of Southwark