IT’S all happening along the waterfront this summer as luxury Thameside development Landmark Place unveils its first onsite show home and a smorgasbord of amenities.

It’s all happening along the waterfront this summer as luxury Thameside development Landmark Place – by Barratt London – unveils its first onsite show home and a smorgasbord of amenities for residents, ranging from business lounges to spa rooms.

What?

A grand riverfront development of 165 one, two and three-bedroom apartments across two interconnected towers with spectacular views across Tower Bridge and the Shard.

Where?

On the north bank of the river off Lower Thames Street, sandwiched between the Tower of London and Old Billingsgate Market, and directly opposite HMS Belfast.

A view of some of London’s most iconic landmarks demands windows, and lots of them, which is perhaps why more than 80% of Landmark Place’s nine and eleven-storey towers are encased in glass, offering outlooks straight off a London tourism advertisement. It’s no surprise 75% of the apartments have already been sold off the plan, six months before completion.

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Room with a view: Barratt London recently unveiled Landmark Place’s first onsite show home.

When residents do eventually wrench their gaze away from the view, they will find apartments designed to appreciate it; bright interiors with timber, marble and stone accents and metres of plush window seating, and private recessed balconies that invite the outdoors in.

As for communal amenities, all the conveniences befitting a City postcode have been accounted for, starting with a wealth of facilities for those who like to work from home, or rather business suites equipped with screens and conference call technology and 24/7 concierge.

But life at Landmark Place is unlikely to be all work and no play. There is also a 20m swimming pool, fully-equipped 24-hour gym, and spa with private treatment rooms.

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Lap it up: residents have access to a 20-metre swimming pool, gym and spa treatment rooms.

There is also an as-yet-unnamed restaurant planned for the ground floor, due to be up and running to coincide with the development’s completion at the end of the year.

Barratt East London sales director Pam Reardon said the amenities were designed to reflect the highly sought-after location.

“The thoughtful architecture and interior concepts work together to deliver a facility equal in calibre to that of a five-star hotel or private health club,” she said.

“As residents have now begun to move in to Landmark Place, we are delighted to be able to deliver a five-star hotel experience that meets both their work, leisure and lifestyle needs.” The private lounge is already proving popular among Landmark Place’s first residents who moved in earlier this summer, particularly the cinema room, which was the hottest ticket in EC3 during the World Cup Finals according to the sales team.

How much?

Two and three-bedroom apartments available from £1,200,000 to £9,975,000

Contact Barratt London on 0844 811 4334.

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