Live in the Heart of Greenwich | Now Launched
Concierge, private communal gardens, and balcony or terrace space to all apartments. London Square Greenwich is a bespoke collection of apartments superbly located and surrounded by history.The striking new building is designed to reflect the local architecture, including the grade 2 listed former Greenwich town hall.Residents will enjoy an exceptional lifestyle amid the heritage, culture, and convivial atmosphere in the heart of this truly unique and popular London village.High-quality finishes, stylish design and careful attention to detail and craftsmanship make these homes to be proud of – and where you can relax in absolute comfort.Open plan living spaces and stylish kitchens give you the perfect place for cooking, eating and socialising, with room for working too. Balconies extend from the living area into the outside, so you can relax in the fresh air and enjoy the local area views.
Centrally located in the heart of Greenwich, just minutes from Greenwich station, 2 minutes from Greenwich park and 10 minutes from Greenwich market.Transport connections from the local area put all of London within easy reach. With Canary Wharf 10 minutes away on the DLR, and Bank only 21 minutes.From classic to contemporary, Georgian to Victorian, Greenwich is full of architectural gems and historic buildings. Admire the elegant proportions of Inigo Jones' Queen's House, the Baroque details of Christopher Wren's Old Royal Naval College and the cloistered charm of Trinity Hospital – the oldest surviving building in Greenwich, founded in 1611.Despite these treasures, Greenwich is no museum town. It is also home to leading contemporary architecture, such as the prize-winning Laban Building, the Sammy Ofer Wing of the National Maritime Museum, and the dynamic Planetarium building. Designed by Formation Architects, London Square Greenwich joins this tradition of exceptional architecture, combining aesthetic appeal with modern design to create a vibrant place for you to live.*Please note CGI's are indicative only.