Riverside apartments at London’s Triptych Bankside launched for sale in Singapore
Savills Singapore is marketing the sale of deluxe apartments in the East Property of Triptych Bankside in London.
“As Triptych close to finish, clients can actually see exactly how Triptych will definitely take shape with its elegantly designed structures sitting in a landscaped park setup. Consumers, of all kinds, have responded favorably to the larger-than-average units with generous living areas including bed rooms, all with external space,” claims Nina Coulter, UK board director, Savills.
The overall development makes up two residential towers of 14 and 18 storeys, an 85,000 sq ft office complex, as well as 29,000 sq ft of market, health, and cultural spots. The units for sale are part of the East Establishment which includes 79 high-end apartments. Prices begin with GBP995,000 for a one-bedroom flat.
Readily available facilities within Triptych Bankside consist of several personal receptions, recreation rooms, a personal 14-seat internal movie theater, a 24-hour function also attendant, furthermore common designed yards.
So far this year, the project has certainly clocked up touching GBP150 million worth of residential sales.
The project is located near world-class art venue Tate Modern, the world-renowned theatre Shakespeare’s Globe along with the cooking hotspot at Borough Market.
“All 169 apartments feature personal outside patio areas with calm scenery, making Triptych Bankside a desirable South Bank standard of living home,” claims Wong.
Triptych Bankside is a GBP450 million ($736 million) mixed-use scheme, developed by worldwide well-known designers Squire & Partners. It is being developed by Main European real estate developer J&T Real property.
“Triptych Bankside’s special façade is indicative of an art piece arranged against the London sky line. From the launch of the last phase at Triptych Bankside in Singapore, we noticed the aspiration to own a house in Area 1 is even more increased if it is surrounded by famous sites,” says Jacqueline Wong, executive director, household company, at Savills Singapore.