The apartments at Landmark Pinnacle will be ready for occupancy next year and will offer residents a panoramic gym, private cinema and the opportunity to enjoy a modern take on the classic London enclosed garden, spanning the entire 27th floor.
The coveted London garden square is to be redesigned at the Landmark Pinnacle, South West India Dock, E14. Squire & Partners’ tower is crowned by what the developers are calling the first private residential rooftop terrace in east London; In fact, the nearest private garden space in Fitzrovia is eight kilometers away.
Panorama Garden Square will occupy the entire 27th floor, occupying 8,700 square feet and incorporating trees and plants creating the look and feel of a classic gated plaza, with panoramic views over the River Thames and Canary Wharf, a table tennis room and a children’s play area and even overgrown paths.
A more formal garden lounge is available for adults to relax in, with stunning vegetation and spectacular views across the city. Although one may miss the outside air, the garden at London Square has the advantage of being pleasant in all weathers and being far from the pollution and congestion that plague London’s lower gardens.
Residents of the 75-storey tower’s 752 apartments (with prices starting at £425,000) can enjoy more green space on the two double-height roof terraces (the tallest in London), which crown the building with an all-weather lawn. Water feature and model trees.
These amenities are joined by a residents’ gym with west-facing views of London, as well as a lounge with pool table, private dining facilities and a state-of-the-art private cinema.
The apartments and penthouses of Landmark Pinnacle (which is the third and tallest building, along with Landmark East and Landmark West, to be created by Squire and Partners and Chalegrove Properties in the past decade) have been carefully designed around three principles: pace and light, pure shape and sense of place.
Squire and Partners have made a name for themselves as both interior designers and architects and can be trusted that Squire and Partners has lived up to these principles to the best of their ability. That being said, with the Pinnacle’s soaring storeys and panoramic views over our nation’s capital, it would be hard to lose your sense of place.
Apartments and penthouses on the market with Knight Frank (www.knightfrank.co.uk) and JLL (www.residential.jll.co.uk) ready to move into next year.
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