Savills Singapore is marketing the sale of luxury apartments located in the East Building of Triptych Bankside in London.
Triptych Bankside is a GBP450 million ($736 million) mixed-use development, designed by internationally recognized architect Squire & Partners. The project is being designed in partnership with Central European real estate developer J&T Real Estate.
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The whole development consists of two residential towers that span 14 and 18 stories as well as an 85,000 square foot office building as well as 29,000 square feet of wellness, retail, or cultural areas. The apartments available to be sold are located in The East Building which consists of 79 luxurious homes. Prices start at GBP995,000 for a one-bedroom unit.
The facilities available within Triptych Bankside include multiple private rooms, lounges with a private, 14-seat in-house cinema, 24-hour receptionist and concierge, as well as communal gardens.
The project is close to an art gallery of world class Tate Modern, the world-renowned theater Shakespeare’s Globe and the culinary Hotspot of Borough Market.
“Triptych Bankside’s unique façade is a reflection of an artwork placed against the London skyline. Since the start of the earlier phase at the Triptych Bankside location in Singapore we noticed that people’s desire for the property located in zone 1 is amplified because it is situated in the vicinity of prominent landmarks.” Says Jacqueline Wong the executive director of residential service of Savills Singapore.
In the first quarter of this year, the area has recorded around GBP150 million in residential sales.
“All 169 residences have private terraces with tranquil views which makes Triptych Bankside a desirable South Bank living space,” says Wong.
“As Triptych nears completion, buyers will be able to see the way Triptych will evolve with its gracefully designed homes set in a park. Buyers of all kinds are expressing their appreciation for the bigger-than-average homes with spacious living areas and bedrooms and all with outdoor space,” says Nina Coulter, UK board director, Savills.