Riverside apartments at London’s Triptych Bankside launched for sale in Singapore


The entire project consists of two housing towers of 14 also 18 floors, an 85,000 sq ft office building, as well as 29,000 sq ft of retail, wellness, and even cultural areas. The units for sale become part of the East Building which contains 79 luxury condominiums. Rates start from GBP995,000 for a one-bedroom apartment.

Savills Singapore is marketing the sale of luxury apartments in the East Property of Triptych Bankside in London.

The venture stands nearby world-class art site Tate Modern, the world-renowned theater Shakespeare’s Globe along with the culinary hotspot at Borough Market.

Offered amenities within Triptych Bankside consist of several exclusive lounges, recreation rooms, an exclusive 14-seat internal theatre, a 24-hour function also concierge, and communal designed gardens.

“As Triptych nears finalization, clients can truly see just how Triptych will form with its elegantly designed structures sitting in a landscaped park setup. Consumers, of all kinds, have actually reacted favorably to the larger-than-average condominiums with charitable living areas and bed rooms, all with external room,” states Nina Coulter, UK board executive, Savills.

Triptych Bankside is a GBP450 million ($736 million) mixed-use plan, developed by internationally acclaimed designers Squire & Allies. It is being developed by Main European realtor developer J&T Real Estate.

“All 169 residences present exclusive outside terrace areas with peaceful views, making Triptych Bankside a desirable South Bank way of life house,” says Wong.

Yet this year, the project has clocked up around GBP150 million value of residence sales.

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“Triptych Bankside’s one-of-a-kind façade is reflective of an art piece arranged against the London sky line. From the launch of the past stage at Triptych Bankside in Singapore, we observed the desire to own a residence in Area 1 is more magnified if it is encompassed by famous spots,” states Jacqueline Wong, corporate manager, residential services, at Savills Singapore.


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