London Latest Developments With a Historic Past

Postmark, Farringdon, London

  • Comprising of over 681 new homes, Postmark is set to regenerate the area surrounding the Mount Pleasant Royal Mail Sorting Office in Farringdon

The sorting office was opened by the Queen Mother in the 1930s and is still in operation today (photo above), with the rail tunnels used to distribute post still underneath the development and to remain in place.

  • Postmark was 2017’s largest real estate deal in London when secured
  • Signature Place (phase 2 of Postmark) launched in February 2020 which includes 109 new apartments for sale as well as new retail amenities and a luxurious ‘Wellness Centre’ for residents which includes an indoor swimming pool, ‘experience shower’ and gym, all of which have been expertly designed by Interieur London
  • Split into four phases, Postmark has been designed by four renowned architectural practices, each of which influencing the development’s architectural mosaic – Signature Place in particular has been expertly designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley 
  • Postmark is due to complete in 2024 and spans across 6.25 acres of land, straddling across two London postcodes; WC1 & EC1 (meaning that Postmark is truly at the very heart of London)
  • Buyers have the choice of two distinct colour palettes to choose from when buying a home at Postmark; the traditional ‘West’ or industrial ‘East’ to reflect Postmark’s unique position in London. The ‘West’ palette reflects the traditional west end of London, while ‘East’ builds on the city’s industrial past. The scheme’s three-bedroom show apartment has been designed by Honky
  • Postmark will bring 22,942 sq footage of new retail and community spaces to the site, with 50% of Postmark dedicated to public realm and landscaped gardens
  • Starting prices for a one-bedroom apartment at Signature Place (the second phase of Postmark) begin from £950,000. Call the sales team on 020 8003 3943 or via email through [email protected]. Visit for further information 

Prince of Wales Drive, Battersea, London

  • A development of 955 new homes situated right next to Battersea Park in south west London, the entire site covers five acres of land in total
  • Proudly sitting at the gateway to Battersea, Chelsea and Nine Elms, Prince of Wales Drive neighbours historic Battersea Park – with a pedestrian railway arch creating a new route between the park and the development – and the new Battersea Power Station, home to an eclectic host of cafés, shops and restaurants
  • Designed by prestigious architects, Squire and Partners, architecture draws on the site’s industrial heritage. 

Features from the original Victorian gasworks have been sensitively restored to create interest points throughout the site. A focal point at the end of the Central Gardens is a 26-storey metal-framed ‘campanile’ tower which reflect the industrial elegance of the development 

  • World-renowned interior Designer, Muza Lab, has created a contemporary palette of colours and finishes unique to Prince of Wales Drive
  • Eleven residential pavilions are located around landscaped public realm and a piazza, which is now open. A public gym will sit alongside a cinema, shops, cafés, restaurants and a new street food market. Residents will benefit from exceptional private on-site facilities, including a 24-hour concierge, 17m pool, sauna, steam room and an 8th floor roof terrace
  • Set within 2.5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, Prince of Wales Drive provides ample amounts of green space for residents to enjoy. The landscape designer (Gillespies) has provided its vision to the development, using materials to reference the area’s Victorian past
  • Gillespies sought to link the gardens at Prince of Wales Drive with that of Battersea Park to create a streamlined experience for residents. The central gardens act as an artery at this development, with apartments overlooking the tapestry of flowers, trees and plantings below. The development’s eighth floor roof terrace has also been sculpted by Gillespies for residents to enjoy all year round
  • Residents will soon be able to benefit from Northern Line services in 2021, making the rest of the capital within easy reach
  • Prices for a one-bedroom apartment at Salisbury House start from £750,000

King’s Road Park, Chelsea, London

  • King’s Road Park will create 1,843 new homes, comprising a collection of stylish suites, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments
  • King’s Road Park is the last project of its scale within the Fulham Riverside Regeneration Area and south-west London – the centerpiece of which will be a restored historic Grade II* Listed gasholder, the oldest surviving in the world

A further two restored Grade II Listed buildings, alongside two War Memorials which commemorate employees of the gasworks that fought in WWI and WWII form part of the development’s heritage and will be set within a public square

  • Residents have access to a superb lounge area / workspace equipped with comfortable seating areas for business meetings or working solo. A bar, dining room and private meeting room is also available
  • The development also benefits from an indoor pool and fitness suite for when working from home gets too much and you need to unwind
  • Located moments from the King’s Road, residents here enjoy Chelsea’s finest spots – whether it’s shopping, dining or galleries  
  • The development is set within six acres of landscaping, built around a new public park with ample of amounts of communal and outdoor space, a public square and private gardens (the Courtyard Gardens)
  • A private garden exclusively for residents, Courtyard Gardens is designed by renowned landscape architects, Gillespies. The design is inspired by a traditional English country garden and incorporates a garden walk, maze, formal linear lawns, a water feature, knot garden, atrium and seating area. Courtyard Gardens also includes a modern update for the country garden, an outdoor workspace with Wi-Fi
  • Prices for a one-bedroom apartment start from £790,000
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