• Rooms with a view

Rooms with a view

Living in the sky has long been desirable, but residents of Providence Tower will also be able to enjoy the benefits of living in New Providence Wharf that has a depth and substance few other Thames-side developments achieve.

No wonder there’s so much excitement over the release of the final eight apartments in Providence Tower, the luxury residential development in New Providence Wharf. The apartments are on the top three floors of the tower and command sweeping views of the London skyline.

Each apartment comprises two bedrooms with up to 2100sq.ft of living space and up to 115sq.ft of external terrace space. They are elegant and stylish with open plan living and floor to ceiling windows.

Providence Tower is the culmination of New Providence Wharf, a mixed-use development designed by world-famous architect, SOM, with an already thriving community.

All residents, current and future will benefit from the 24-hour concierge service, a fully equipped fitness centre and luxury spa with 25m lap pool, sauna and steam room.

The apartments are 12 minutes from the City via Blackwall DLR station, they are close to London City Airport and with Crossrail’s completion looming, Heathrow Airport will also be within a comfortable commuting distance.

Prices start at £1.475m. Sales Director, Jenny Steen said: “We are thrilled to launch these eight beautiful homes. They are the last piece of the New Providence Wharf puzzle and we look forward to welcoming the final residents to complete the existing community”.

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