JOHNS&CO are delighted to offer this dual aspect two bedroom apartment, two bathroom within City House, Principal Tower, due for completion Q1 2019. This apartment is situated on the 14th floor with approximately c.764 sq ft internal area plus a c.55 sq ft private terrace.
Fully designed by renowned architects Foster and Partners, Principal Tower features an excellent selection of on-site amenities which include a 24 hour concierge service, residents’ lounge, state-of-the-art gymnasium, cinema, spa, a lap pool and access to bicycle storage. There are also opportunities to acquire parking spaces. A fine selection of cafes, bars and restaurants will also be accessible within the development. Cultural events will take place throughout the year within Principle Places half-acre piazza.
Principle Place exceeds the expectations of a modern mixed-use development. Aside from the impressive Amazon Headquarters which occupies 600,000 sq. ft. within Principle Place, there is also retail space totalling 28,000 sq. ft. across the development.
The developments coveted location blends the practicality of great transport links with a fine selection of amenities and attractions just a short distance away. Standing at 50-storeys in height, exceptional views can be enjoyed from East to West including many of the Capitals most noteworthy landmarks. The development is situated ideally for access to some of the finest educational institutions including Kings College, London Business School and the University College of London (UCL) amongst several others.
The development is located a short distance from several transport links including Liverpool Street station, providing access to Underground and rail services for commutes to key destinations across the Capital. The upcoming Crossrail link will serve Liverpool Street and add even more flexibility for commuting.
Should you wish to receive a copy of the floor plan or have any questions, please feel free to call the office.
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