This is a stunning location along the River Thames; a residential, cultural & business quarter.
The glorious stretch of riverside of the Southbank is steeped in heritage and busting with iconic landmarks. Galleries and attractions abound, with a stunning backdrop that sparkles by day and night.
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Bankside’s new urban landscape is coming together with Bankside Yards, a £1 billion scheme to bridge the gap between South Bank and the Tate Modern with hundreds of new homes, shops and restaurants. A cohesive design for an urban environment; one that maximises its corner position, engages with the historic surroundings and harmonises various facets for a vibrant, connected way of life.
Construction has finally started on Bankside Yards. Its first phase, Western Yards, includes a landmark 49-storey tower with 240 homes and an office building.
A row of 14 existing railway arches will be renovated and filled with new shops and restaurants by 2022.
The second phase of developer Native Land’s project will add more homes, a smart hotel and new open space.
A stairway to the riverfront will make it possible to walk along the Thames all the way from the London Eye to the Tate Modern and beyond.
There are few luxury designed residences in this one of London’s most sought after locations. Apartments, with a 24 hour concierge & some homes with far reaching views across the capital. Townhouses with incredible views of the Shard and St Paul’s Cathedral.
One Blackfriars, a 50-storey tower just south of Blackfriars Bridge is an epic project. It contains 274 flats, a boutique hotel and a viewing lounge which the public must pay to access.
The first residents moved in in August 2018. Three-bedroom flats cost a breathtaking £10 million to £15 million (berkeleygroup.co.uk).
Southbank Tower: is all sold out, but there are resale apartments available.
Buyers who prefer their architecture a bit more traditional could opt for a flat at the former Southwark Fire Station, closed in 2014 and sold last year.
Smaller-scale developments of new homes are flying up thick and fast, too.
Triptych Bankside is a mixed scheme of 169 flats in two wavy-fronted buildings of 16 and 18 storeys, designed by Squire and Partners, with an on-site gym, cinema, shops and a garden.
Few boutique developments are interest of many overseas investors who selected SE1 over prime central London.
However the area’s allure is its favourable price comparison with the rest of central London.
The whole area has really changed, yet it is still relatively affordable. You can still find something for £900 per square foot, or you can pay £2,000 per square foot — but that would be for what will be an iconic development in a landmark location.
Located in the vibrant London Borough of Southwark, Newham’s Yard will offer residents a strategic location, close-by highly sought after Zone 1 stations. Borough station offers Jubilee line services while London Bridge station provides both Northern and Jubilee line services.
- Many of London’s landmark destinations, such as Tower Bridge, The Shard, London City Hall are within convenient proximity.
- Sitting adjacent to Tower Bridge Road, Bermondsey Street is a top destination for those seeking an endless supply of popular venues for delicious food and live music.
- Close to London Bridge Zone 1 transport interchange, 2-minitue tube journey to the financial heart of the City.
- Near world-rewnowned schools such as King’s College.
- Unrivalled location ideally situated for The City, Canary Wharf & The South Bank
- Amazing views across London from the rooftop terraces
- Situated in Zone 1
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