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7/10     ARCHITECTURE                                                Imagine living in London’s most exciting, innovative ...
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Take 2: Anthony CollettMASTER BEDROOMMasterbedroomsarespacious,tastefulandtranquilspaces,withensuitebathroomsand,inmanycas...
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Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside
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Knight Frank: Property on the Thames, Neo Bankside

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  2. 2. 7/10 ARCHITECTURE Imagine living in London’s most exciting, innovative 11/12 ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR + PARTNERS and iconic new, residential development. Imagine being 13/14 TAKE 2 15/26 TAKE 2: ANTHONY COLLETT within a short walk of The City of London and transport 27/30 TAKE 2: WALLPAPER* links that connect you to the rest of the capital, the UK 31/32 THE MASTERPLAN and the world. 33/38 NEO LIfE 39/40 CONNECTIONS Welcome to NEO Bankside. 41/42 TATE MODERN 43/48 THE NEIGHBOURHOOD 49/50 THE DEVELOPERS 51/52 THE WATERfRONT – World class design by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners 55/62 fLOORPLANS AND BASEMENT – 199 luxury apartments and penthouses 63/64 SPECIfICATION AND AMENITIES 65/68 THE NEIGHBOURHOOD AND DIRECTORY – In the heart of iconic London 69 CONTACTS – On the South Bank of the River Thames – Excellent transport connections – 24-hour security – Full concierge service – Secure underground car parking – Residents gym – Business centre – Wine cellar – Private landscaped gardens – 999 year leases
  3. 3. 3 4 The stunning view from a three bedroom apartment lookingtowards St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, the River Thames, Millennium Bridge and The City of London.
  4. 4. 5 6 The breathtaking view from a three bedroom apartment looking south west with views of the London Eye, ‘Big Ben’ and the Houses of Parliament.
  5. 5. Architecture 7 A SPECIAL LIVING SPACE Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, describes the architectural features of NEO Bankside. “ ivingatNEOBanksideisauniqueand L Allthewallsinternallyarenon-structural, pleasurableexperience.Thefourpavilions whichmeanswehavebeenabletoopen makeupafamilyofbuildings,aseriesof upthefloor-to-ceilingspacemuchhigher fourtowersofdifferentheightsboundby thaninaconventionalapartment.Thathas averystrongthree-dimensionalgeometry. enabledustomaximisedaylightandthe Akeyfeatureistheexternalbracing,which views.Everyonecanmovethroughgenerous allowsafantasticamountofflexibilityinside lobbyspacesandenjoytherideandtheriver theapartments. viewsintheglazedexternalliftsgoingup totheirapartment.There’ssomethingreally quiteniceaboutthat.”Below —The Bankside masterplanBelow right —Computer generated imagelooking over The City Millennium Bridge St. Paul’s Cathedral Bankside The River Thames and The City Pier Blackfriars (2012) North Landscape Shakespeare’s Globe “THE fOUR PAVILIONS West Garden MAKE UP A fAMILY Of Ta xi St an Tate Modern (including extension) BUILDINGS, A SERIES Of fOUR TOWERS Of d Bankside Lofts DIffERENT HEIGHTS.” Private Car A H Hopton Street ol Park la nd St B re Tate et Square Hopton Street reet Alms Houses C Sumner St D Gre at G IPC Media uild So E uth wa ford rk Str eet Stre Royal Bank Royal Bank et of Scotland of Scotland
  6. 6. Architecture 9ExTERNAL STRUCTURE WINTER GARDENSThesteelandglasspavilionsfitperfectlyinto SuspendedfromthemainstructuretheBanksidelandscape,reflectingthedistrict’s onalightweightdeck,thefullyglazedindustrialpast–andusheringintoitsexciting, WinterGarden,withlargeslidingscreens,residentialfuture.TheoxideredsoftheWinter actbothasanenclosedterraceandanGardensechothoseofTateModernand extensionoftheinteriorlivingspace.nearbyBlackfriarsBridge,whiletheexterior’stimbercladpanelsandwindowlouvresgive LIfTSthebuildingawarm,residentialfeeling.The Scenicglassliftssetintransparentshaftspavilions’distinctiveexternalbracingsystem transportyoutotheupperfloors,providinghasremovedtheneedforinternalstructural spectacularpanoramasoftheLondonskyline,wallsandcreatedhighlyflexiblespacesinside theRiverThamesandSt.Paul’sCathedral.theapartments. Left — Winter Garden Below left — Glazed external lifts Below right — Timber cladding and bracing Opposite — A view of Pavilion A taken from ground level
  7. 7. Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners 11 12 thE ArChItECt ThenameRogersStirkHarbour+Partners hasbecomesynonymouswithvisionaryand innovativearchitecture.Thepractice,established in1977,hasconceivedandcreatedsomeofthe world’smostdistinctivebuildings,fromLloyd’s ofLondonandtheMillenniumDometoTerminal 4,MadridBarajasAirport.Itsapproachtourban planningandsustainabledevelopmentisa particularhallmarkandisreflectedoncemore initsimaginativeworkatNEOBankside. Left — Antwerp Law Courts Below left — Terminal 4, Barajas Airport, Madrid Below right — The Leadenhall Building, London Above left — 88 Wood Street, London EC2 Above right — One Hyde Park, London SW1 Left — Montevetro, London SW11
  8. 8. 13 14 Take 2 Above left — Anthony Collett, Collett Zarzycki Above — Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief, Wallpaper* magazine tAKE Anthony Collett A LIqUID LIVING SPACE AnthonyColletttookfulladvantageof NEOBankside’sfreedomandflexibility WAllpAper* BOLD CHOICES Wallpaper*magazine’saimwastocreate boldandinteresting,modernlivingspaces totransformathreebedroomapartment thatreflectandcelebratetheoriginalityof intoastylish,art-filledhomethatmaximises NEOBankside. thelargefloorspaceandabundant,natural “Wehavetriedtomaximisetheuseofthe light.Hisdesigniswarmyetcontemporary, distinctivelayoutoftheapartmentsbymaking comfortableyeteffortlesslystylish. NEO Bankside asked two distinctive London “It’saveryliquidlivingspace,there’sa somedaringchoices.Theapartmentshave greatviewsandreceiveplentyoflightwhichdesigners to provide their own ‘take’ on life inside greatflowtoit–inkeepingwithitsposition allowedusalotofflexibilityindoingthat,” highabovetheThames.I’vetriedtocreate explainsWallpaper*’sTonyChambers. London’s most iconic new buildings. anenvironmentthatlooksasgoodasits surroundings.It’squiteeclecticandorganic butisalsosomewherewhereyoucankick yourshoesoffandrelax.”
  9. 9. Take 2: Anthony CollettTHE MAIN LIVING ROOMThetworoomsco-existandcomplementeachother,combiningtocreatealivingareathatisperfectforrelaxationandenjoyingthespectacularLondonskyline.“Wedidn’twanttotakeanythingawayfrom theincredibleviewssowe’vekepteverything lowandsleekyetcomfortableatthesame time.We’vealsotriednottocrowdthespace,” saysCollett.
  10. 10. 18 Take 2: Anthony Collett THE HALLWAY THE STUDY Theflexibilityofthelivingspacesis Collettwaskeentocreatemoreintimateareas exceptional–eachoccupantwillhave radiatingoffthemainlivingareaandachieved thefreedomtoreflecttheirindividual thiswithabook-linedlibraryorstudy,aquiet lifestyleintheirapartmentorpenthouse. cornerinwhichtoread,workandrelax. Forinstance,theentrancehallinCollett’s apartmenthasbeendesignedasalarge andstylishreceptionspacethatcanalso betransformedintoaformaldiningarea suitableforentertaininglargegroups ofpeople.Opposite —The hallway convertedto a formal dining spaceRight —Study
  11. 11. Take 2: Anthony Collett 19INfORMAL DINING KITCHENLikethestudy,theinformaldiningarea Open-planBulthaupkitchens,someco-existswiththemainlivingspace. withglazedpartitions,addtothesensePlacednearthecentral,open-plankitchen, ofspaceandlightwithintheapartmentsitcreatesadistinctiveareainwhichfamilies andpenthouses.Eachisfittedtothewillbeabletositdowntogether. higheststandards,withstylishfeatures andappliancesbyprestigiousnamessuch asMieleandSiemens.Otherexceptional featuresincludegraniteworktopsand doublesinkswithbrushedsteelfittings inmanyapartmentsandpenthouses. Left — Granite worktop with inset double sink Right — Kitchen and informal dining
  12. 12. Take 2: Anthony CollettMASTER BEDROOMMasterbedroomsarespacious,tastefulandtranquilspaces,withensuitebathroomsand,inmanycases,walk-indressingrooms.InCollett’sapartment,thedistinctivespace,isdominatedbyaBenNicolsoninspiredupholsteredheadboard,thatfillsthewall.“Wewantedtohavesomequiteadventurous thingsandtheheadboardisoneofthestar attractionsinthatrespect,”saysCollett.Left —Master bedroomBelow —Dressing room area
  13. 13. Take 2: Anthony Collett MASTER ENSUITE BATHROOM Theensuitefeaturesgreystonefloors andwetwalls,withaseparatebath, generouswalk-inshoweranddoublesinks. ContemporaryRogersStirkHarbour+Partners specifiedsanitarywareandbathfittingsare complementedbyheatedmirroredcabinets withintegratedlighting.
  14. 14. Left Running Header 25 26 Take 2: Anthony Collett THE SECOND AND THIRD BEDROOMS Ineachapartmentandpenthouse,the secondandthirdbedroomsaregenerous, restfulspaces,fittedouttoexceptionally highstandards.Ensuitebathroomsfeature hardlimestonetofloorsandwalls. “Wewantedthebedroomstohaveasoftand intimateatmosphere.Inthesecondandthird bedroomswe’veachievedthisbyusingthe same,subtlepaletteofpalegreys,bluesand pale,yellowishgreens,”saysCollett.
  15. 15. 28 Take 2: Wallpaper*APARTMENT ONEThefirstoftheapartments,“TheGershwin”,hasamorematureandsophisticated,almostclassicalatmosphereandhasbeendecoratedindarkercolourswithanextensiveuseofleather,velvetandmetals.Themasterbedroomispaintedinadistinctivemoiregoldandisdominatedbya‘Botticelli’bedbyArmaniCasa.Theelegantandairyapartment’smostdistinctivefeatureisitsWinterGardenwhichhasbeentransformedintoalibraryarea,featuringa‘System’bookcasewithladderbyPieroLissoni+CentroRicerche,forPorro,fromFerrious. Opposite — The Winter Garden library Left — Living room and Winter Garden Below left — Master bedroom Below right — Hallway/study
  16. 16. Take 2: Wallpaper* 29 APARTMENT TWO Thesecondoftheapartments,named “TheGlass”byWallpaper*magazine,has aleisurely,modern,yetmasculinefeel.Ithas beendecoratedwithablendofFarrowBall offwhitesandunusualpastelcoloursandfilled withoutstandingexamplesofcontemporary furnituretocreateayouthful,yetsophisticated andrelaxedenvironment.Piecesinclude ingenious,flexiblestorageandshelvingfrom Pastoeandamagnificent,marblediningtable byAngeloMangiarotti,forAgapeCasa,which transformstheWinterGardenintoadiningarea.Opposite —Winter Gardendining roomAbove —KitchenBelow —Bedroom
  17. 17. The Masterplan 31 thE mAStErPLAN NEO Bankside represents the final piece of the Bankside masterplan. NEOBanksidecompletestheresidential quarteroftheBanksideareacomprising theculturalinstitutionsofTateModern, Shakespeare’sGlobeTheatreand LandSecurities’officedevelopment, Bankside1,2and3.Thedevelopment’s fourhexagonalpavilionshavebeen imaginativelyarrangedtoprovide residentswithgenerousaccommodation andmaximumdaylight. Theelegantandpeaceful,landscaped gardensintegrateseamlesslywithTate Modernanditssurroundings,providing publicaccessduringthedayaswell asasecure,privateenvironmentfor residentstoenjoy. Above — Pavilion A viewed from Pavilion B Left — View from ground floor of Pavilion A looking towards Tate Modern *Subjecttoplanningconsent **Subjecttolease
  18. 18. NEO Life OUR DEDICATED CONCIERGE AND PORTERS WILL PROVIDE RESIDENTS WITH A PROfESSIONAL AND DISCREET STANDARD Of SERVICE ASSOCIATED WITH fIVE STAR HOTELS. A LIfE ofLuxury ToliveatNEOBanksideistoexperience auniqueandexclusiveLondonlifestyle. Thedevelopmentwillbeanexciting community,completewitheveryamenity, fromrestaurantsandshopstoaprivategym anddayspa*,fromlifestylemanagement serviceto24-hoursecurity.Ourdedicated conciergeandporterswillprovideresidents withaprofessionalanddiscreetstandard ofserviceassociatedwithfivestarhotels. Nomatterhowlarge–orsmall–thetask, itwillbetheirpleasuretoassist. *Dayspasubjecttolease
  19. 19. 36 NEO LifeLeft —The main hallway leadingfrom reception to the liftsRight —A computer generated imageof the state-of-the-art gymSECURITYThereis24-hourmannedsecuritywithcardaccesstothepavilions,cardoperatedliftsandmannedCCTVinthecommunalareas.GYM*Theresidents’privategymnasiuminaglazedpavilionwithinthelandscapedgardens,isfittedwithstate-of-the-artequipmentandchangingfacilitieswhereresidentscanbookpersonaltrainersviatheconcierge.BUSINESS CENTREOurdedicatedbusinesscentreincludesaconferencespaceormeetingroomwithcomputerandwi-fiaccess.WINE CELLARResidentscanacquireaprivatewinestoragebinwithinatemperaturecontrolledcellar.BerryBros.Rudd,London’smostprestigiouswinemerchants,willprovidecellaradvice,andexclusivewineoffers.NEO CYCLESAcycleclubisavailable,throughwhichstylishcitybikescanbebookedviatheconcierge.SECURE UNDERGROUND PARKINGExclusivesecureaccesstoswipeactivatedundergroundcarparkingisavailableformanyapartments.*Subjecttoplanningconsent
  20. 20. NEO Life 37 38Right —A computer generated imageof the Pavilions at NEO Banksideand the Tate Modern extensionBelow right —A computer generated imageof the landscaped gardensRESTAURANTS AND CAféSAtgroundlevel,residentswillbeabletoenjoysophisticateddiningintheformoftworestaurants,oneformaldiningandtheotheramorerelaxedbrasserie.Duringthesummermonths,alfrescoeatinganddrinkingwillcreateavibrant,cosmopolitanatmosphere.CONVENIENCE STOREAhigh-endconveniencestorewillmeetresidents’day-to-dayneeds.DAY SPA**PavilionCwillhostNEOBankside’sdayspa,providingarangeofbeautytreatmentsandfacilities,frommassagesandfacials,tosteamroomsandjacuzzis.LANDSCAPINGNEOBanksidesitswithinarichlylandscapedenvironment,andblendsprivategardenspaceswithtree-linedlineargrovesofalderandbirchwhichformapublicrealm,linkingBanksidetoTateModernduringthedaytime.ORCHARD AND BEEHIVESThelandscapedgroundsfeatureanorchardofseasonalfruittrees,acollectionofactivebeehivesandalargeandwellstockedherbgarden. NEO BANKSIDE WILL BE AN ExCITING COMMUNITY, COMPLETE WITH EVERY AMENITY.**Dayspasubjecttolease
  21. 21. 40 Connections LoNDoN AND UNDERGROUND JubileeLine: worLDwIDE SouthwarktoGreenPark–8minutes SouthwarktoBondStreet–10minutes SouthwarktoCanaryWharf–10minutes CentralLine: St.Paul’stoOxfordCircus–10minutes RIVER BanksidePiertoCanaryWharfPier–15minutes NEO Bankside connects its residents with the BanksidePiertoEmbankmentPier–8minutes brightest and the best that London has to offer. WALKING BlackfriarsStation–2minutes ThamesriverboatatBanksidePier–3minutesThecapital’sessentialbusiness,education, Nofewerthansevenworldclassuniversitiesshoppingandentertainmentdestinationsare arelessthan30minutesaway,these SouthwarkStation–6minutesallwithineasyreach.YoucanwalktoGoldman include:Imperial,UCL,King’s,LSE, BoroughMarket–10minutesSachsonFleetStreetin20minutesortravel RoyalHollowayandQueenMary.fourstopsontheJubileeLinetoHSBCat OneNewChange(St.Paul’s)–10minutes Londonisoneofworld’sgreatcapitals.CanaryWharf.BondStreet,Theatrelandand Everythingithastoofferiswithin LondonBridgeStation–12minutestheRoyalOperaHouseinCoventGardenare touchingdistance.allashorttuberideaway.WithCityairport, WaterlooStation–15minutesHeathrowandGatwickairportsallwithineasyreach,therestoftheUK–andtheworld– LondonSchoolofEconomics–15minutesisneverfaraway. TheRoyalFestivalHall–15minutes FleetStreet–20minutes RoyalBankofScotland–19minutes 62-63ThreadneedleStreet LloydsBankingGroup–23minutes 1LimeStreet BarclaysBank–17minutes 81FleetStreet HSBCBank–16minutes 27-32Poultry Nomura–20minutes 1St-Martin’s-le-Grand BlackRock–17minutes 33KingWilliamStreet TAxIS TaxirankadjacenttoPavilionA AIRPORTS CityAirport–25minutes Opposite — Millennium Bridge and GatwickAirport–35minutes St. Paul’s Cathedral HeathrowAirport–50minutes Left from top — The riverboat picks up from Bankside Pier every EUROSTAR 20 minutes, the West End St.PancrasInternational–25minutes and ‘Theatreland’ within easy reach and London Underground on your TRANSPORT OPTIONS INCLUDE doorstep EasycycleaccesstoTheCityandelsewhere bylocal‘BorisBikes’,locatedjust3minutes Right from top— awayonSouthwarkStreet London School of Economics, a computer generated image of AccesstoLondon’sextensiveandefficientbus Blackfriars Station extension networkwithinashortwalk and City Airport
  22. 22. Tate Modern 41 42 thE tAtE “IT WILL CONfIRM TATE MODERN’S STATUS AS THE EffECt BEATING HEART Of LONDON’S CULTURAL LIfE.” Donald Hyslop – Head of Regeneration at Far left — Ai Weiwei’s ‘Sunflower Seeds’ Tate Modern, on the exciting new extension. installation in the Turbine Hall Above left — ‘Birds Nest’ Stadium in Beijing, designed by Herzog de Meuron “Sinceitopenedin2000,TateModernhasbecome FivemillionpeoplenowvisitTateModerneachyear Below left — London’sNo.1attraction.Itwascreatedasamuseum andweexpecttoattractanothertwomillionpeople A computer generated image ofmodernartbutithasbecomemuchmorethan withtheopeningofthefantasticnewextensionbeing of the new ‘pocket park’ that.Ithasbecomeaninternationaldestination,an builtbyHerzogdeMeuron,theoriginalarchitects spaces around Tate Modern exciting,inspiringplacethatpeoplefromalloverthe ofTateModern–“Tate2”. worldwanttovisitandexperience.ThevastTurbine This page — Scheduledgroundworkswillbecompletedforthe A computer generated image Hallhasbeenabsolutelycentraltogeneratingthat Olympicsin2012,withthenewgalleriesopeningin of the ground breaking energy.Eachyearwecommissionaninternational 2014.Tate2willnotonlybringevenmoreworldclass Tate 2 extension by artisttointerpretthisspaceandtheseriesof contemporaryarttoBankside,new‘pocketparks’ Herzog de Meuron installations,includingAiWeiwei’s‘SunflowerSeeds’ willbedevelopedwherelocalpeoplecancomeand andDorisSalcedo’s‘Shibboleth’or‘Crack’,hasbeen sitandread,andfindrelativelyquietspaceswithin incrediblysuccessful. abusypartofthecity.
  23. 23. 44 The Neighbourhood wELComE to thENEIGhBourhooDSince chef Lawrence Keogh started serving classic, British seasonal food at his restaurant Roast in Borough Market in 2005, he has seen the Bankside district transformed. “BoroughMarkethasbeenLondon’sfoodhub There’ssomethingspecialaboutbeinghere, forcenturiesbutithasneverbeenmore peopleloveexploringthenooksandcrannies vibrant,”saysKeoghwhosemenuissourced andgettinglost.Youcanjustgoandgraze, frommanyofthediverseandcolourfulstalls havesomeSpanishhamatBrindisaorapint supplyingfreshproducethatsurroundRoast. ofrealEnglishaleatTheWheatsheaf.London isnow,alongwithNewYork,oneofthetwo I’veseenitchangedramatically.Youcansee foodhubsoftheworld.Youcaneatfood bythetypeofpeoplewhocomeherefor fromeverycountryandthequalityofthe lunchnow.It’salsomuchmorecosmopolitan chefsandthecookinghereissecondtonone. thanbefore.Therearemoreaffluentpeople There’ssomethingtosuiteveryone’staste.” around.Butit’salsolikeacommunity,there’s arealfamilyspiritandatmosphereinBorough Market.It’ssuchamagneticplace,Ievencome hereonmydaysoff.
  24. 24. 46 The Neighbourhood“WiththeemergenceoftheShardofGlass, includingtheShangri-LaHotel,aswellas theOlympicscomingtoEastLondon,there isatangiblesensethatthecentreofLondon issubtlyshiftingalongtheThamestotheeast. TheCityandtheshoppinginOneNewChange isjustacrosstheMillenniumBridgeandthe newBlackfriarsStationentranceisgoing tomakeahugedifference.LondonCity Airportisgrowingfasttoo,I’vejustcreated an‘all-British’sourcedmenuwithBritish Airwaysfortheirnew32-seatbusinessand firstclassonlyservicetoNewYork.” Opposite — Shopping in Borough Market From above — Architect Renzo Piano’s ‘The Shard’ at London Bridge Brindisa Spanish Restaurant, Borough Market One New Change shopping and dining adjacent to St. Paul’s Cathedral A computer generated image of Blackfriars Station extension Konditor Cook for specialist cakes, Borough Market
  25. 25. The Neighbourhood 47“Bankside’skick-startbeganin2000with thetransformationoftheriverside’soldpower stationintoamodernartgallery.Millennium “BANKSIDE REALLY fEELS Bridgewasbuiltatthesametimetoo,making St.Paul’sandTheCityofLondonjustastones LIKE IT’S THE PLACE TO throwaway!TheGreaterLondonAuthority movedtothenewCityHalldesignedby BE RIGHT NOW.” Foster+Partners,andthefirst‘flights’were takenontheLondonEye.AttheSouthbankCentre,thebiggestartscomplexintheworld,HungerfordBridgehasbeenpedestrianised,theRoyalFestivalHallrecentlyre-openedaftera£100millionfaceliftandtheNationalTheatre’smonumentalhomeisundergoingextensiveimprovementsafter30yearsofhardwork.AndwhocouldforgetShakespeare’sGlobe!Banksidereallyfeelslikeit’stheplacetoberightnow.”Opposite —The public gardens by thewaterfront at Tate ModernFrom above —Greater London Authority, City Hallwww.london.gov.ukNational Theatrewww.nationaltheatre.org.ukSouthbank Centrewww.southbankcentre.co.ukShakespeare’s Globe Theatre,www.shakespearesglobe.comLondon Eyewww.londoneye.comRoyal Festival Hallwww.southbankcentre.co.ukOXO Tower Wharfwww.coinstreet.org/shopeatdrinkwww.harveynichols.com/oxo-tower-london
  26. 26. 50 The DevelopersAbove —Eaton Square, Belgravia,London SW1Below — A SKILLED10 Montrose Place,Belgravia, London SW1 tEAm NEO Bankside is a joint venture development by Native Land and Grosvenor. NATIVE LAND NativeLandisoneofLondon’smost establishedandcreative,high-quality residentialdevelopers.Itisanaward-winning companywho’smanagementteamhas developedsomeofthemostoutstanding primedevelopmentsinthecapital. Itsportfolioincludes10MontrosePlace inBelgravia,apreviousjointventurewith Grosvenor,andTwentyBishopsSquare inSpitalfields. NativeLandisadesign-leddeveloper, informedbyglobaltrendsinhigh-end living,thatprovidesthemostimaginative propertysolutionstoitsclients. GROSVENOR Grosvenorisoneoftheworld’sleading andexperiencedpropertygroups,withtotal assetsworth£10.2billion.With300years ofexpertiseintheprimeLondonresidential market,ithasaprofoundunderstanding oftheneedsofhighnetworthoccupiers andinvestors. WithaportfoliothatincludesBelgraviaand muchofMayfairinLondon,itsglobalreach embracesofficesin17oftheworld’smost dynamiccities,includingParis,HongKong, Tokyo,Shanghai,SanFranciscoandVancouver.
  27. 27. 51 The Waterfront thE BESt hour you CouLD SPEND The walk from Westminster Bridge to the Design Museum with Lord Richard Rogers. Formeoneofthebestthingsaboutliving TateModernandtheMillenniumBridge inLondonistowalkthesouthbankofthe havechangednotjusttheSouthBank Thames,allthewayfromWestminsterBridge, butalsoBritain,andNEOBanksideisat andtheFestivalHall,toTowerBridgeandthe theveryheartofitall.Itisanextraordinary DesignMuseum.Ittakesanhour,andgives development–thereisnowherequitelike youasequenceofthemostgloriouscity itinLondon. viewsanywhereintheworld,includingthe Thisbuildinghasarelationshiptothis wonderfulglimpsesofthedomeofSt.Paul’s wholeideaofculture,whichI’mvery Cathedralasitcomesintoviewandthenew excitedabout.Ithasthemostamazing cityskyline. views.Thebuildinginternallyresponds Butitisalsoawalkthatoffersmorethan toallthoseviewsbutalsothequality views.Ittakesyouthroughvibrantslices oflifeinside.It’safantasticscheme. oflife;cafés,bars,pubsandstreetmarkets, pastmuseums,galleriesandplayhouses, andthat’sthepointofacity. THE OLD BAILEY TEMPLE ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL Temple Blackfriars ONE NEW CHANGE BANK OF ENGLAND Pier Blackfriars SAVOY HOTEL Blackfriars Charing Cross Cannon Street 30 ST. MARY AXE nium Embankment W THE MONUMENT Millen ate ark Blackfriars rl Embankment Bankside Swan Lane thw oo Pier (2012) Pier Pier Hu OXO TOWER Monument Sou ng TATE MODERN er Festival Pier fo Tower Hill rd SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE on TOWER OF LONDON SOUTHBANK NATIONAL Southwark nd CENTRE St. Katherine’s THEATRE Pier Lo London Bridge London City Pier Tower Millennium Waterloo Pier Eye Pier Tower BOROUGH SOUTHWARK Butler’s Wharf MARKET CATHEDRAL London Bridge Pier LONDON EYE THE SHARD Westminster (SHANGRI-LA DESIGN MUSEUM HOTEL 2012) CITY HALL Westminster Pier OLD COUNTY HALL TOWER BRIDGE Westminster HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT La Lambeth m be Pier th ea VauelsCh xha ll
  28. 28. PAVILION B 55 56 PAVILION Bfloors 1—7 floors 8—12TYPE A TYPE K2BED 3BED113sq.m. 190sq.m.1,215sq.ft. 2,045sq.ft. 2.85m x 5.00m 2.85m x 5.00mApartment 9’6” x 16’6” 9’6” x 16’6” Apartment 5.90m x 5.00m 19’6” x 16’6”B101 B801B201 B901B301 B1001B401 B1101B501 B1201B601B701 TYPE G 1BEDTYPE J 6.75m x 7.40m 22’3” x 24’3” 6.75m x 5.50m 22’3” x 18’ 50sq.m. 14.50m x 5.50m 44’6” x 18’2BED 539sq.ft.128sq.m. Apartment1,375sq.ft. B802 B803Apartment B902 B903B102 B1002 B1003B202 3.95m x 2.85m B1102 B1103 4.50m x 3.00m 14’9” x 9’3”B302 13’1” x 9’6” B1202 B1203B402B502B602 TYPE HB702 J A K 3.40m x 3.50m 11’3” x 11’5” 4.15m x 3.22m 13’6” x 10’6” 3BED G 5.80m x 4.10m 19’1” x 13’6” 4.50m x 3.00m 14’9” x 9’3” 178sq.m. 1,912sq.ft.TYPE G Apartment1BED LIFT LIFT B80550sq.m. 6.50m x 4.00m 21’3” x 12’3” B905539sq.ft. B1005Apartment B1105 3.10m x 2.90mB103 B1205 10’5” x 9’7”B203B303 LOBBY LOBBYB403B503B603B703 3.10m x 2.90m 3.10m x 2.90m 10’5” x 9’7” 10’5” x 9’7” LIFTTYPE H LIFT3BED178sq.m.1,912sq.ft. G H G H 5.80m x 4.10mApartment 5.80m x 4.10m 19’1” x 13’6” 19’1” x 13’6”B105B205B305B405B505 3.50m x 3.10mB605 11’5” x 10’5” 3.50m x 3.10m 11’5” x 10’5”B705 3.40m x 5.00m 3.40m x 5.00m 11’3” x 16’6” 11’3” x 16’6” 5.90m x 5.00m 5.90m x 5.00m 19’6” x 16’6” 19’6” x 16’6” Positionofwindowsandlouvresvariesdependingonthefloor–pleaserefertoindividualfloorplan Positionofwindowsandlouvresvariesdependingonthefloor–pleaserefertoindividualfloorplan
  29. 29. PAVILION B 57 58 PAVILION Cfloors 13—15 floors 1—11TYPE f TYPE L3BED 2BED249sq.m. WINTER 164sq.m. WINTER2,676sq.ft. GARDEN 1,767sq.ft. GARDEN 5.90m x 5.00mSub-penthouse 5.90m x 5.00m 19’6” x 16’6” Apartment 19’6” x 16’6”B1301 C101B1401 C201B1501 C301 C401 C501TYPE G C601 C7011BED RECEPTION C801 RECEPTION50sq.m. ROOM ROOM C901539sq.ft. 13.80m x 8.60m 45’5” x 28’4” C1001 11.10m x 5.50m 36’6” x 18’Apartment C1101B1302 BEDROOM 2B1402 3.50m x 5.00mB1502 TYPE M UTILITY 11’5” x 16’6” MASTER BEDROOM 3 2BED BEDROOM KITCHEN UTILITY STUDY 76sq.m.TYPE H 3.50m x 3.50m 11’7” x 11’7” 818sq.ft. 4.60m x 3.00m 15’1” x 9’3”3BED Apartment HALL178sq.m. C102 C1031,912sq.ft. BEDROOM 2 MASTER HALL/ C202 C203 BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM MASTER BEDROOM DINING 3.90m x 3.60mApartment 13’1” x 12’ C302 C303 4.30m x 3.60mB1303 F 5.30m x 3.80m 17’5” x 12’7” 6.75m x 5.50m 22’5” x 18’ C402 C403 M 3.20m x 2.60m 10’6” x 8’6” UTILITY 13’3” x 12’ LB1403 C502 C503B1503 C602 C603 LIFT C702 C703 LIFT C802 C803 WARDROBE C902 C903 WARDROBE RECEPTION C1002 C1003 ROOM C1102 C1103 5.50m x 4.20m 18’ x 14’ LOBBY TYPE N LOBBY 2BED BEDROOM 151sq.m. RECEPTION ROOM 1,628sq.ft. 3.10m x 2.90m 5.50m x 4.20m 10’5” x 9’7” Apartment 18’ x 14’ HALL C105 LIFT C205 LIFT C305 C405 G RECEPTION ROOM BEDROOM 2 H C505 M BEDROOM 2 UTILITY N UTILITY 3.40m x 3.60m C605 BEDROOM 2 UTILITY 11’3” x 12’ 5.80m x 4.10m C705 3.20m x 2.60m UTILITY 19’1” x 13’6” 10’6” x 8’6” 3.60m x 3.50m C805 12’ x 11’5” C905 HALL C1005 HALL C1105 MASTER BEDROOM BEDROOM 3 4.60m x 3.00m 3.10m x 3.10m 15’1” x 9’3” 10’5” x 10’5” MASTER BEDROOM MASTER BEDROOM 3.40m x 5.00m 11’3” x 16’6” 3.50m x 5.00m 11’5” x 16’6” RECEPTION RECEPTION ROOM ROOM 11.10m x 5.40m 36’6” x 17’9” 11.10m x 5.40m 36’6” x 17’9” WINTER WINTER GARDEN GARDEN 5.90m x 5.00m 5.90m x 5.00m 19’6” x 16’6” 19’6” x 16’6” Positionofwindowsandlouvresvariesdependingonthefloor–pleaserefertoindividualfloorplan Positionofwindowsandlouvresvariesdependingonthefloor–pleaserefertoindividualfloorplan

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