Located on the edge of the London Borough of Lambeth, Southbank Place is flanked by the famous Waterloo station and Jubilee Park with the London Eye looming over it. Placed on the south bank of the Thames, the new residential complex is within walking distance of numerous tourist attractions, art galleries, theatres, and famous restaurants. You can watch the latest blockbusters on a huge screen of BFI IMAX, check out a new exhibition at Hayward Gallery, enjoy a classical play, performed on the stage of National Theatre, or attend a concert at the Royal Festival Hall, all within a 7-minute walk.
To get a temporary reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the megapolis, the area offers Jubilee Park with mature trees, lawns, and a playground. Furthermore, the Queen’s Walk provides a beautiful place for a tranquil promenade along the river.
The close proximity to Waterloo entails a large selection of transport links near the complex. Apart from providing access to the Bakerloo, Jubilee, and Northern Underground lines, the railway station links the area to various major towns and cities outside London, including Bournemouth, Guildford, Portsmouth, and Southampton.
Squeezed between Waterloo and Jubilee Park, Southbank Place is spread across eight unique buildings.
Placed on the corner of Belvedere Road and Chicheley Street, the high-rise building of Belvedere Gardens is divided into two sections, comprised of 20 and 10 storeys respectively. The façade features a striking off-white grid, embracing large floor-to-ceiling windows.
The corner of Chicheley Street and York Road is occupied by One Southbank Place. The 10-storey building is streaked with numerous light-coloured vertical beams, creating a sophisticated contemporary look.
Further down York Road, Two Southbank Place amazes passersby with its fully-glazed façade. The awe-inspiring 15-storey building stands out with its pointed corners and bold shape.
The three buildings of One, Eight, and Thirty Casson Square rise on the southeastern part of the complex. With their 28, 30, and 36 storeys, the three towers make an imposing sight. The off-white streaked façades match each other with expansive full-height windows and long columns of cantilevered balconies with glass balustrades.
The 13-storey building of the Belvedere is stretched along its namesake street. The light-coloured façade features long balconies with glass balustrades, making it look like a luxury hotel.
Placed in the cultural heart of London, Southbank Place complements the area with an abundance of marvellously landscaped gardens, iconic sculptural pieces, and public places such as cafes, restaurants, and retail units. The residential complex will attract Londoners and guests of the city as a new vibrant point of interest and an appealing destination.
The sophisticated entrance lobbies greet visitors with contemporary interior and a 24/7 concierge, who will be glad to assist you with your deliveries, restaurant bookings, and other chores.
The lower ground level at Southbank Place is home to a luxury health and fitness club that provides residents with a feature infinity pool, a gym, a personal training area, and treatment rooms.
To grant vehicle owners at Southbank Place peace of mind, the complex includes secure basement car parking spaces and cycle storage facilities.
Southbank Place offers 868 units in total, ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments. Each home has its distinctive style, developed by different designers with an emphasis on natural light and maximising views. All interiors include high-quality natural materials and finishes, incorporated into modern elements.
The bespoke fully-fitted kitchens feature handleless cupboards and drawers, equipped with top-notch integrated Miele appliances. The luxurious bathrooms come with a polished stone finish, high specifications, and Dornbracht brassware.
To maintain comfortable temperatures throughout a year, all apartments are equipped with underfloor heating and comfort cooling systems.
Southbank Place is a joint project of Canary Wharf Group PLC and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company. Founded in 1993, the former is located in the heart of the thriving business district in London, while the latter was established by the Qatar Investment Authority in 2005. Both companies excel in large-scale developments with luxury designs and high-quality materials. With a proven track record in creating grandiose projects all over the world, Qatari Diar promotes sustainable practices and innovative architecture decisions. Its London-based colleague also supports green development by incorporating renewable electricity and zero-waste principles in their work.
To find out more about Southbank Place or its developers, please visit their respective websites.