No. 3 Upper Riverside situated in Greenwich Peninsula, London, is shaping up to be one of the snazziest districts to live in.
Greenwich’s remarkable history is juxtaposed with modern architecture, amenities and lifestyle options. In the last few years, some developers have helped to shape Greenwich to become a discerning address to live in. In particular, Greenwich Peninsula, which has become London’s largest urban regeneration zone. A staggering 15,000 new homes spanning across 150 acres is in the works. Phase two of Greenwich Peninsula project is No. 3 Upper Riverside boasting 1,007 new homes spread over five towers. Developed by Knight Dragon Developments, and marketed by One Global Property in Singapore, this luxurious UK project should not be missed if you’re looking to owning a London home.
In terms of architecture, the project is helmed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Architects, who have Burj Khalifa in Dubai amongst their accolades. There will be luxurious units ranging in size from one- to three-bedroom configurations starting at GBP 550,000 (approx. USD 700,000). Unique to the property is the third tower on the riverfront where its interior has been designed by renowned Studio Ashby, while The Club’s design is helmed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio.
An eclectic style has been channelled for its design and aesthetics. Residents can indulge in a range of amenities such as multiple pools, two cinemas, a co-working space, steam room, two gyms, and a terrace. An intriguing 5-km garden walkway similar to New York City’s Highline provides the “green lungs” of this project. In addition, the landscaping is executed by the award-winning GROSS MAX, so you’ll have a verdant respite to enjoy.
The Greenwich Peninsula also provides transportation options at your doorstep: The Jubilee Line which is open 24 hours on the weekend, DLR, Crossrail, the Thames Clipper ferry service, and the Emirates Skyline, to name a few. If you’re looking for a London property to own, No. 3 Upper Riverside certainly ticks all the boxes.