Discover the property developments that are changing London's skyline - and way of living.
The Atrium is a triumph of glass. Its luxurious apartments have
floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in the light and views of Regen’t
Park, Grove Gardens or Regent’s canal. The three top-floor penthouses,
which take up the sixth and seventh floors, are especially striking. The Atrium Residences.
Some of the best views in London - across the Thames and Tower Bridge - meet daring contemporary architecture and stunning interiors at this new development on the South Bank. The penthouses in particular are nothing short of amazing, featuring roof top terraces, sky lounges equipped with fireplace, outdoor kitchens and hot tubs, all taking in the magnificent panorama. The Berkeley Group.
Take one of London's most iconic buildings, turn it into one of the city's most luxurious new developments, and you'll find that 75% of the Phase I units sell off plan within a week of launch. All this happened a year ago, and now that work has begun at the Battersea Power Station, the development looks even more appealing. The Grade II*-listed building is set to be the centrepiece of a beautiful new riverside park. Striking contemporary buildings housing apartments, townhouses and penthouses, as well as shops, cafes and offices, will flank it on either side in what promises to become one of London's most exciting waterside neighbourhoods. Battersea Power Station.
Streamlined architecture combines with opulent, contemporary interiors and lush parkland to offer the very best in dockside living at Chelsea Creek. Among the most beautiful units are the Chelsea Suites, which occupy the topmost floors of the Chelsea Creek tower. Each apartment stretches across the whole floor and affords 360 degree views of the Thames. St George.
The City stretches at the feet of 36-storey-high The Heron, a graceful skyscraper close to the Barbican tube station. The 112-metre-tall building, which is complete with private club and roof garden, has been designed as a mosaic of clear, opaque and dark grey dark panels and silver anodised aluminium, framed by polished stainless steel. The lavish interiors are just as dramatic, especially the eight-storey-high atrium, and the Panoramic Collection of apartments above the 30th floor, which enjoy stunning views across London. The Heron.
Being named after the world's foremost painter of waterside views is a tall order, but Canaletto rises to the challenge. The 31-storey development, which has been designed by UNStudio, features a curving aluminium and glass facade that breaks into a number of three- to five-storey clusters, conceived as 'neighbourhoods in the sky.' The stunning apartments will look out towards the City of London to the south and the City Road Basin waterways to the north. Canaletto London.