South Bank Tower
South Bank Tower is a residential-led mixed-use tower in Southwark, London SE1.
Architects at Kohn Pedersen Fox designed building includes 199 residences, 217,000 sq.ft. of office space, and 52,000 sq. ft of retail space.
The building has a 10,000 sq.ft private residential roof garden and an exceptionally designed atrium.
Goddard Littlefair was one of the leading design studios selected by CIT to create a show apartment for South Bank Tower: a ‘Black Edition’ duplex, spread over a west-facing corner location on the tower’s 36th and 37th floors.
Two of London’s leading interior designers – Studio Ashby and Johnson Naylor – designed the Black Edition apartments.
The developer assigned Dara Huang at Design Haus Liberty to design the duplex apartments and 1508 London to do lateral apartments.
Formerly known as King's Reach Tower (1978-2013).
2018 Spring - International investor acquires the remaining apartment for an amount in excess of £125m. The buyer was advised by Jackyl.
2014 - The duplex penthouse (available through Savills and CBRE for around £20m in September 2014) was designed by Dara Huang of Design Haus Liberty. It included a champagne bar, indoor-outdoor water feature and levitating dining table.
2010 - The building was purchased in 2010 in a joint venture with Jadwa Investment. CIT assisted in obtaining planning for a striking 41-storey scheme, comprising 193 luxury apartments and penthouses. South Bank Tower has since led the way in the south bank’s regeneration and has acted as a catalyst in the revitalisation of the Zone 1 area, which is now well-established as one of the most diverse central London districts.
1. Savills www.savills.co.uk
2. How To Spend It, Financial Times howtospendit.ft.com
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