With the British capital continuing to offer world-class residential properties, Perspective rounds up five separate London residential developments on our radar
Built on the site of the former Royal Mail Mount Pleasant sorting office in the heart of London, close to the British Museum and a number of Tube stations. Some 680 homes have been developed by Taylor Wimpey Central London; design is by Conran and Partners.APT LIVING KEW BRIDGE
Somewhat more affordable than some of the alternatives in the centre of London, and bordering the 73-hectare Gunnersbury Park, 213 studio and one- and two-bed apartments have been built by MSMR Architects, responsible for One Bishopsgate Plaza in the City of London. It is also just across the river from the world-famous Kew Gardens.CENTRE POINT RESIDENCES
The 1960s Centre Point tower stands on the junction of New Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, and is one of the city's early high-rises. The original design was by Richard Seifert and used prefabricated structural components to form a distinctive exoskeleton and a design classic. Conran and Partners is in charge of its transformation that will include a range of residences, among them a 675sqm (7,200sqf) duplex apartment.ONE CROWN PLACE
Malaysian infrastructure specialist MTD Group's One Crown Place, on the border of oh-so-trendy Shoreditch and the City of London, is designed by KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox) with a collection of residences by interior designer Sophie Ashby. A Georgian terrace dating back to the early 19th century will also be transformed into a 41-room boutique hotel.CHELSEA WATERFRONT
Not many addresses come more prestigious than Chelsea. Right on the Thames as the name suggests, Chelsea Waterfront has been master-planned by Sir Terry Farrell and comprises two glass residential towers of 25 and 37 storeys, three other riverside buildings and landscaped gardens.