The prices for the apartments, which should be ready for occupation in 2019, start from £617,000.
The two-bed Hortorium apartments released at the launch all have their own individual garden terrace, up to 37.2 square metres in size, that will be looked after by an onsite Wardian gardener.
The atriums and communal areas in the buildings, including the swimming pool, will be surrounded by greenery with over 100 different species of exotic plants for residents to enjoy.
The development is named after Nathanial Bagshaw Ward, the man who created the Wardian case to transport exotic plants back to the UK during the British Empire.
The launch is held at the Design Cube, Marsh Wall. As part of the event two half hour talks will be given by Michael Pawlyn, the creator of the biomes at the Eden Project. The talks aim to provide more background on how incorporating nature into design and architecture has the potential to create a more positive and fulfilled lifestyle.
The development by ECOWorld and Ballymore is marketed by Knight Frank.
Image: Advert in Homes & Property, Evening Standard 22.02.2017
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