Live by the water's edge in a tranquil setting all within 15 minutes to Central London.
This area of London was once farming land, until it became the site for the 1908 Summer Olympics. Further international exhibitions followed, and the almost permanent presence of exhibition pavilions and their white marble cladding gave the area its name. The area that was instrumental in creating the standard distance for the modern marathon lost its lustre after that, but the presence of the BBC TV Centre and the opening of Westfield Shopping Centre has kept its heart pumping steadily.
That heart is beating faster now. Imperial College will soon be opening a 25 acre, £3 billion (S$5.28 million) campus here, hoping to ‘invent the future through science, engineering and medicine’. The expansion of the BBC Television Centre now includes the cool stamp of approval of Soho House and its new 50-room hotel. Westfield Shopping Centre, already packed with retail options, is expanding yet again. The area is also quickly becoming a nexus for creative and tech startups, an alternative to the Silicon Roundabout in the City. All this will bring many people to White City. And those people will need somewhere to stay.
There are three stunning new homes developments in authentic locations of Acton and White City.
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The interiors are spacious and well-lit with modern open plan layouts and balcony views. On-site amenities are comprehensive and include a swimming pool, private gym, residents’ club and business suite.
Besides that, at the heart of one of the new neighbourhoods there is an unique opportunity to live beside the oriental water gardens. The Waterside residences offer a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, with outdoor space and generous windows ensuring rooms are filled with natural light. New apartments offer the ultimate lifestyle choice: a beautiful living environment in a magnificent waterside setting in an exclusive part of the capital.
Live surrounded by London‘s prestigious postcodes such as Notting Hill, Holland Park and Kensington.
The site sits opposite the BBC Television Centre and is adjacent to Westfield London Shopping Centre, White City and Wood Lane Underground stations. Within a ten minute walk, there are no less than five Underground stations – White City, Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush, Shepherd’s Bush Market and Latimer Road – with zippy connections to the rest of London.