Riverside apartments at London’s Triptych Bankside launched for sale in Singapore
Savills Singapore is promoting the sale of high-end flats in the East Property of Triptych Bankside in London.
Available features inside Triptych Bankside include numerous private lounges, recreation rooms, an exclusive 14-seat internal movie theater, a 24-hour function also attendant, and even communal designed yards.
“As Triptych close to finalization, investors can truly see just how Triptych is going to materialize with its elegantly shaped buildings being in a designed park setup. Consumers, of all types, have actually reacted favorably to the larger-than-average condominiums with generous living locations moreover bed rooms, all with external room,” says Nina Coulter, UK board supervisor, Savills.
“All 169 apartments include private outside terrace areas with calm views, making Triptych Bankside a pleasing South Bank standard of living house,” states Wong.
The overall development makes up two home towers of 14 plus 18 storeys, an 85,000 sq ft office space building, as well as 29,000 sq ft of market, wellness, and even cultural spaces. The units for sale are part of the East Building which consists of 79 luxury apartments. Costs start from GBP995,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.
“Triptych Bankside’s distinct appearance is reflective of an art item put against the London sky line. From the release of the previous period at Triptych Bankside in Singapore, we discovered the aspiration to have a house in Area 1 is even more magnified if it is surrounded by popular sites,” claims Jacqueline Wong, corporate director, residential company, at Savills Singapore.
Triptych Bankside is a GBP450 million ($736 million) mixed-use scheme, developed by worldwide well-known builders Squire & Allies. It is being established by Central European realty developer J&T Realty.
So far this year, the project has clocked up touching GBP150 million value of residence sales.
The project is located close to world-class art location Tate Modern, the world-renowned theater Shakespeare’s Globe and the cooking hotspot at Borough Market.