THE OWO RESIDENCES BY RAFFLES OUTPERFORM THE LONDON MARKET A new benchmark of over £11,000 per square foot was achieved on one of the unique turret residences, demonstrating the appetite of buyers to own a piece of British history in one of the most historically and architecturally significant buildings in London.The former Old War Office is undergoing a monumental transformation that will see it re-open to the public as ‘The OWO' with a flagship Raffles hotel, 11 restaurants and bars, and 85 unique residences. Prices for a two-bedroom residence start from £5.8million. Solidifying the murmurs that the luxury real estate market is picking up steam, it's clear any former exodus from the city is on the reverse, owing in part to the easing of travel restrictions for international buyers. This very special collection of residences, each bespoke with differing floor plans, views, and features, means that buyers at The OWO Residences are acquiring a completely individual apartment, exclusive to them, in a unique location in the heart of Whitehall.The OWO, a joint venture between Hinduja Group and Onex Holding, will open in late 2022 having undergone an extensive five-year renovation.The 760,000 square foot iconic London landmark will comprise 85 residences ranging from studios to five-bed apartments, and two turret residences, as well as a 120-room 5* Raffles hotel and 11 bars and restaurants. Residents will also have access to over 30,000 square feet of amenities including a landscaped courtyard garden, private dining room, resident lounges, a gym and wellness suite, cinema, and games room, as well as access to a pool, and an immersive spa. Each residence features interiors designed by 1508 London, Smallbone of Devizes' bespoke handcrafted kitchens, and bathrooms with Waterworks tapware.