Homes at 30 Casson Square were launched yesterday!
Potential homeowners are being offered a second opportunity to secure a new home in the sought-after Southbank Place, London’s new residential quarter, as the development’s second building, 30 Casson Square, went on sale yesterday.
Since the launch in September 2015, over 80% of the apartments from One Casson Square (formerly One York Square) have already been sold.
The developers are offering a first glimpse of the interiors of 30 Casson Square in the coveted development on the globally recognised 5.25 acre Shell Centre, as well as starting prices for the cutting-edge homes.
Industry-leading interior designers, Johnson Naylor, and architects Squire and Partners have continued to work together to create the outstanding space and seamlessly integrate quality high-spec interiors. Calm and contemporary, with an emphasis on natural light and the views across London and the Thames, the apartments are split over 29 levels, comprising 26 studio apartments, 67 one-bedrooms, 56 two-bedrooms, 14 three-bedrooms and one four-bedroom duplex penthouse.
Each of the 164 apartments will be fitted to the very highest of standards, with Miele appliances and Quartz technical stone work surfaces throughout the kitchens, well designed bathrooms, as well as bespoke detailing designed by Johnson Naylor.
Set on Level One, residents will have access to an exclusive lounge and screening room providing a multifunctional and flexible area, with business and meeting facilities, as well as a relaxation space.
Located on the site of the Festival of Britain, Casson Square has been named as a tribute to Sir Hugh Casson, former Director of Architecture for the Festival of Britain, celebrating the design and architectural history of the area.
Potential buyers have the opportunity to view show apartments including fixtures, fabrics and design layouts in the development’s prestigious marketing suite in the Grade II listed County Hall building, the interiors of which have been exclusively designed by designers Goddard Littlefair.
These design-driven apartments will vary in price and size, with a studio starting from £650,000, one bedroom apartments from £750,000, two bedroom apartments from £1.2m and three bedroom apartments from £3.6m.
Commenting on the announcement, Murray Levinson, Partner at Squire and Partners, said: “Five months since the launch of Southbank Place, we are excited to reveal the second building in London’s new residential development, 30 Casson Square. Squire and Partners’ designs create an elegant residential landmark, set across 29 levels with dual aspect apartments affording residents unparalleled views of London’s stunning skyline via full height windows and projecting balconies. Conceived as a partner building to One Casson Square, 30 Casson Square is expressed as a crisp stone frame crafted with bespoke bronze details, and topped with a dramatic four storey glazed lantern containing three exceptional penthouse apartments.”
Fiona Naylor, founding partner of Johnson Naylor, added: “We have created contemporary, intelligent spaces using materials in a considered, balanced palette, gently referencing the urban context and history of the location in texture and detail. It’s not about imposing a style or way of living. The apartments are intended as a quiet backdrop to life, allowing the homemaker to add their furniture, art and objects to create the final layer.”
Those seeking information about buying or wishing to view the marketing suite can visit www.southbank-place.com.