Fine City flats with a rich history

East meets West at Ten Trinity Square, the former Port of London Authority HQ, left, being turned into the City's most luxurious homes by Chinese developer Reignwood.
 
Residents will be able to use the services of the Four Seasons Hotel which forms part of the development close to Tower Bridge.

The 41 flats have up to five bedrooms and sumptuous living areas that aspire to the listed building's architecture, from the neoclassical façade and marble-clad entrance foyer to the wood-panelled boardroom from which the trade of Empire was once directed, and where the United Nations General Assembly first met, in 1946.

Prices start at £5 million. Call Strutt & Parker on 020 7318 5198. 

Follow us on Twitter @HomesProperty and Facebook

Comments