JTRE London, the developer of Triptych Bankside, one of the most striking mixed-use schemes on the central London skyline, has enjoyed a strong first quarter of 2022 by securing luxury apartment sales totalling £36.5m.
The deals were secured off the back of three spectacular show flats, unveiled in October, that emphasise the quality of the finishes, highlight the generous room sizes and spotlight the design by Knightsbridge-based Cocovara, an award-winning company focused on luxurious, elegant settings. Located on London’s South Bank, one of the capital’s most appealing and sought-after areas, the development provides residents with spectacular views across London’s distinctive panorama including the River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London financial district.
Nigel Fleming, Sales & Marketing Director of JTRE London, said: “Triptych Bankside is ideally located for The City, West End and is in the heart of a vibrant cultural quarter. With completion scheduled for later this year, buyers who have been tracking the development are moving quickly to secure their favoured units. This coincides with overseas buyers, particularly those from Hong Kong, returning to the UK market, eager to buy. Put together, it’s clear to see why Triptych Bankside is attracting so many potential buyers. This is setting the scheme apart from many others in London at this time.”
Designed by internationally acclaimed architects Squire & Partners, the £400m development is made up of three distinctive sweeping towers, with 169 luxury apartments in two blocks, 7,432-sqm of prime grade A commercial space in a nine-storey building, 919-sqm of retail.
Attractions include balconies with every apartment, plus multiple private lounges, games room, large gym, private in-house cinema, communal landscaped gardens and co-workspace. The apartments are a short walk from London Bridge station and next to Tate Modern art gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, the renowned culinary hotspot at Borough Market and the Millennium Bridge.
Prices at Triptych Bankside start from £790,000 for a studio apartment.
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