China-based developer, the Reignwood Group, has launched The Residences at Four Seasons, which consists of 41 private homes in the Grade II-listed Ten Trinity Square, by the Tower of London, which is aimed at international buyers
Exclusive London homes from £5million, which are designed to appeal to international buyers, are set to attract investors from Asia, North America and Europe, says the developer.
China-based developer, the Reignwood Group, has launched The Residences at Four Seasons, which consists of 41 private homes within the Grade II-listed Ten Trinity Square, by the Tower of London, in the City of London.
Songhua Ni, President of Reignwood Investments UK, tells OPP Connect, “Reignwood is expecting a balanced portfolio of buyers – 30% from China/Asia, 30% from the USA and 30% from Europe.
The luxury homes are being sold through leading agents Strutt & Parker and Christie’s International Real Estate.
The historic former Port of London Authority building has undergone a four-year long renovation by Reignwood Group and on completion in 2016, is set to become one of the City’s most coveted addresses.
Mr Ni says, “Each of the residences has been designed to considerably raise the standard of luxury living in the city with a sophisticated and international buyer in mind.
“We expect our residents to share an appreciation for the finest quality and utmost attention to detail and to hail from a variety of nations, including the UK and rest of Europe, China and the United States.”
Mark Dorman, a Partner with Strutt & Parker, says, “Domestic and international purchasers of prime residential property in central London are now embracing The City and its surroundings as it becomes a vibrant, sophisticated place to live and work.”
There is a very limited supply of suitable properties in The City and Ten Trinity Square represents a unique investment opportunity, he says.
“The building is a rare find thanks not only to its history and heritage, but also to the unbeatable service that will be provided to residents by Four Seasons, considered to be the world’s leading hotel brand.”
The Ten Trinity Square properties have between one and five bedrooms with sumptuous living areas, accessed by a marble-clad lobby and private elevator entrance. Interiors are inspired by the neo-classical exterior architecture of the building and capitalise on the apartments’ outstanding views of the Thames, Tower of London and Tower Bridge. They will be managed and fully-serviced by Four Seasons.
Ten Trinity Square was originally designed by noted architect Sir Edwin Cooper and opened in 1922 by Prime Minister, David Lloyd George.
Aside from its origins as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, Ten Trinity Square also hosted the reception for the 1946 inaugural meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Ten Trinity Square is a thirty-minute drive from London City Airport, and 20-minutes from both the West End and Canary Wharf.
Founded in Thailand in 1984, Reignwood Group is a global Chinese enterprise with headquarters in Beijing and offices in Singapore, Thailand, Canada, the US and UK.
By Adrian Bishop, Editor, OPP Connect