Top 10 New Developments in London September 2016

Here are the ten most popular new property developments on Buildington in September 2016:

  1. Chelsea Barracks SW1
    – The official sales website for Chelsea Barracks was unveiled recently.
    – Read the latest news from Financial Times on how the site will have green space at its heart that is open to public London’s Chelsea Barracks: a new parade ground for the public.
  2. Spire London E14
    Many details have been revealed about the tallest residential development launching on 13th October 2016. The Wharf has interviewed interior designer Nicola Fontanella of Argent Design on what to expect The Spire’s interior designer on reflecting Turner and Canary Wharf in her scheme.
  3. Riverwalk SW1
    Exclusive launch was held in September.
  4. Nova SW1
    Nova South at 130 Victoria Street completed in September 2016.
  5. Leyton Central E10
    Leyton Central is due to complete this month.
  6. Twenty Grosvenor Square W1
  7. Clarges Mayfair W1
    7 Clarges Street, the 49,500 sq ft offices in the development, were launched in September.
  8. Paddington Exchange W2
    3 double bedroom show home at Paddington Exchange opened its doors to the public in the beginning of September.
  9. Heron Plaza EC2
    Currently waiting for planning approval for the intensification of the number of residential units to 160 and hotel rooms to 237.
  10. The Post Building WC1

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Image: Chelsea Barracks website

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