67 Park Central, the latest phase at Greenwich Millennium Village, provides home buyers with a new opportunity to live at this exciting and growing village. The new collection of homes sit in a prime location in the development and many of the 115 one to three-bedroom apartments boast panoramic views of: the development’s parkland, the River Thames and the capital. What’s more, each home is guaranteed private outdoor space in the form of a balcony, terrace or courtyard garden.
All homes at 67 Park Central overlook, or have access to, the multitude of green spaces located on-site, including: Southern Park, Ecology Park and Swan Lake. Moreover, with access to outdoor space a necessity now more than ever, many apartment layouts, private balconies and decking areas have been expertly designed to benefit from dual-aspect orientations, which will enable residents to have more scenic views.
Furthermore, the apartments are built to an exceptionally high-standard and benefit from open-plan living and dining layouts. There are also full-length windows throughout each home, which flood them with natural light, and in the bedrooms there are practical built-in wardrobes.
Across the one to three-bedroom apartments, residents will be able to match their lifestyle requirements to a wide range of internal layouts. Moreover, three-bedroom duplexes, maisonettes and courtyard apartments offer a variety of different configurations to suit residents’ needs.
Facilities for neighbours to enjoy together
A first for Greenwich Millennium Village residents, 67 Park Central brings an array of exclusive facilities for residents to enjoy across all four buildings. Alongside the central podium garden, which includes a communal square and children’s play area, these spaces provide an escape within the building itself for residents to enjoy village life in the city.
The facilities which have been built with the residents in mind, range from games rooms to co-working spaces. This also allows residents to also connect with one another in new ways not seen in the other buildings. Moreover, the development is serviced by their first dedicated team of day porters and residents can expect a hotel-style living environment.
The games room, which has not been completed yet, is expected to include a pool table, bar and football table. Offering a space to both work and play, 67 Park Central’s co- working facilities provide residents with an opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas, as well as a space outside of their apartment to work from home.
Building on a two-decade legacy
2020 marks the twentieth anniversary of Greenwich Millennium Village; a joint venture scheme by Countryside and Taylor Wimpey Central London with support from the Mayor of London. The village has transformed the previous brownfield site into a thriving community of homes, businesses and places of leisure.
A village square, yacht club and Ecology Park are just some of the amenities which set this urban village apart from other London developments. Moreover, the development’s masterplan, initially drawn up by the late Ralph Erskine, prides itself on sustainable and practical urban design. With an emphasis on humanist design principles, Erskine sought to invite people to live and work at this urban development through a people-focused lens.
Over the course of 20 years, every new phase has expertly added to the architectural jigsaw of the development, creating a truly unique place of contrasting, yet complimentary, buildings.
An urban village on London’s doorstep
An enclave on the edge of London’s thriving commercial and business scene, Greenwich Millennium Village is one of the best-connected developments in the city, suiting a variety of residents. The range of apartment styles throughout the village cater for diverse needs and allow both working professionals and families to find something to suit their specific lifestyle requirements.
Greenwich Millennium Village allows residents to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the capital, while still remaining connected via exceptional transport links. For those that need to commute, Canary Wharf can be reached in 2 minutes from North Greenwich Station.
The development also aims to reconnect residents with the great outdoors and is surrounded by spectacular parklands. There are also many other types of green spaces at the Greenwich millennium Village, such as: picturesque lakes, ponds, marshland, meadows, woodland, beaches and a ‘green corridor’ which connects the village to the River Thames. With plenty to explore by foot or on bike, the entire peninsula boasts 50 acres of parkland making Greenwich Millennium Village one of the most sustainable communities in London.
Chris Bladon, Director of Greenwich Millennium Village, says:
Prices for a one-bedroom apartment at 67 Park Central start at £449,995. Visit www.greenwichmillenniumvillage.co.uk for further information or call 02080237177.