Riverside apartments at London’s Triptych Bankside launched for sale in Singapore
The property lies close to luxurious art venue Tate Modern, the world-renowned theatre Shakespeare’s Globe along with the cooking hotspot at Borough Market.
The whole project comprises 2 residential towers of 14 also 18 storeys, an 85,000 sq ft office building, as well as 29,000 sq ft of store, health, and even social spaces. The units for sale are part of the East Building which consists of 79 deluxe condominiums. Prices begin with GBP995,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.
So far this year, the development has indeed clocked up touching GBP150 million worth of housing sales.
Offered facilities inside Triptych Bankside include multiple exclusive lounges, games room, a personal 14-seat in-house theatre, a 24-hour reception and attendant, furthermore common landscaped gardens.
“Triptych Bankside’s unique façade is indicative of an art piece set against the London horizon. From the start of the last period at Triptych Bankside in Singapore, we discovered the desire to have a residence in Area 1 is even more increased when it is neighbored by famous sites,” says Jacqueline Wong, executive director, household service, at Savills Singapore.
“All 169 residences feature personal outdoor terrace spots with tranquil views, making Triptych Bankside a pleasing South Bank lifestyle home,” claims Wong.
“As Triptych nears completion, investors can really see just how Triptych will take shape with its elegantly formed structures being in a designed park setting. Consumers, of all kinds, have actually responded favorably to the larger-than-average condominiums with charitable living locations and bed rooms, all with outside area,” claims Nina Coulter, UK board supervisor, Savills.
Triptych Bankside is a GBP450 million ($736 million) mixed-use plan, created by worldwide acclaimed builders Squire & Allies. It is being developed by Main European realty developer J&T Realty.
Savills Singapore is advertising the sale of deluxe condos in the East Establishment of Triptych Bankside in London.