Description of The Triton Building
The Triton Building is 26-storey residential tower in the Regent's Place, a 13 acre fully managed estate in London NW1.
Lifts - 2 × 13 person passenger lifts
Security - 24 hour estate security with CCTV monitoring
160 secure cycle spaces.
Home Automation System
Pre-wired for a future whole apartment integrated system, incorporating:
—Sound and IT
—Telephone and data points in principal
reception rooms and bedrooms
- Television - Sky Plus HD and Hotbird international channels
- Lighting - Localised dimmable recessed LED and low voltage downlights and 5 amp lighting circuit to living rooms and bedrooms
- Switches / Sockets - Flush white painted metal screwless plates
- Door entry system - Caller display on your television controlled by mobile and landline telephones
Penthouses at The Triton Building
The Triton Building Penthouses are the result of a creative partnership between British Land, Stephen Marshall Architects and interior designer, Douglas Mackie.
The Panoramic Penthouse. Taking over the entire 22nd floor of the building, The Panoramic Penthouse is a generous and lateral space, spanning 3,506 sq ft. With a grand entrance hall, direct lift access and four 150 sq ft balconies, as its distinguishing features, the Panoramic has been designed to meet the most varied of lifestyle demands, whilst never compromising comfort.
The Park Penthouse is a triple aspect apartment with an airy 3,588 sq ft living environment that benefits from exceptional views of East, North and West London. The main living space boasts a higher ceiling and immediate access to expansive balconies and the two panoramic, glazed 'sky rooms' provide year-round use and can be opened out onto the terraces.
At 4,053 sq ft of internal space and 1,324 sq ft of terrace space, The City Penthouse is the largest of the three Penthouses and also features two glass 'sky rooms' that open onto the terraces. Both the Park and City Penthouses are situated directly beneath The Triton Building's distinctive architectural roof feature, which will be stunningly lit at night.
The Triton Building penthouses are marketed through a separate site at www.thetritonpenthouses.com.