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The Greenwich Peninsula offers a brand-new world

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A new ‘urban village’ is springing up in north Greenwich, where the Thames loops into a sharp bend, forming a peninsula

This is a major regeneration plan developed by the Greater London Authority and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The landmark £8.4bn Greenwich Peninsula scheme by Knight Dragon will cover 160 acres when complete, including 51 residential developments and 62,500sqm of commercial, retail and office space.

‘More than one thousand people already live on the Peninsula and, when complete, 28,000 people will call it home,’ says Richard Margree, Chief Executive of Knight Dragon Developments. ‘This is a once in a generation opportunity to create a whole new part of the capital and we have chosen the best partners to deliver our vision.’

The £76m Waterman building, created by architects Pilbrow & Partners and Wates Construction, offers waterfront living in a sophisticated setting. The 32-storey tower features a seven-storey podium at its base with 269 private and affordable social apartments.

The interior of each apartment has been created to offer distinct, luxurious style, and the shared spaces continue this theme. These areas include a terrace on the 23rd floor to enjoy the views of The Thames and the London skyline. Our Quadra door system was the ideal choice to maintain the effect of seamless perfection throughout the building, by concealing riser doors and service cupboards. It comprises a metal door with an insulated core. Installation is quick and simple, as the doorset is fully pre-hung, and comes with fitted ironmongery.

Each apartment has been claimed by a buyer keen to have a slice of this sought-after lifestyle, with an enticing array of facilities, shopping and entertainment on offer close by. The new residents-to-be are waiting in anticipation to move into their new home in spring 2017.

For further details of this beautiful building, visit www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk

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