SEARCH

Lincoln Square, London

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 1, 2016 in Lifestyle
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Sina WeiboShare on Tencent WeiboEmail this to someone

Lodha UK has unveiled its new development project in the historic heart of London – Lincoln Square

Positioned between Covent Garden to the west and the financial district of the Square Mile to the east, Lincoln Square includes a selection of studio, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments, as well as townhouses and two penthouses complete with their own terraces.

Residents' amenities will include a landscaped courtyard, a private club and library, a cinema room, a private dining room for up to 36 people, as well as snooker and games rooms. The development will also offer state-of-the-art wellness facilities that will feature a 25-metere swimming pool and spa complete with separate vitality pool and treatment rooms as well as a gymnasium. A 24-hour concierge service will also be on hand.

Lodha_UK_Lincoln_Square_exterior_corner

The interiors are being designed by Bowler James Brindley to reflect an elegant, warm and contemporary design, while world-renowned designer Patricia Urquiola is creating the residents' amenities for the development. Known for her innovative furniture and product design, this will be Spanish-born Urquiola's first residential project in London.

Abhishek Lodha, managing director of Lodha Group, comments: "We are excited to reveal Lincoln Square, London. It is a unique development which befits the area's impressive heritage, and through careful attention to detail and a focus on bringing residents together we hope to create a visionary scheme and community.''

.

, , , , , , , , ,

Recent Posts

  • Wanchai – the gentrification of Hong Kong

    Making a meal of it


    In the rush to gentrify parts of Hong Kong, essential elements of the city’s vibrant nature are being lost, John Batten explains

    Posted on Sep 19, 2018
    View
  • DSC_0060

    Voices heard


    Perspective sits down with RIBA chief executive Alan Vallance and director of international relations Azlina Bulmer

    Posted on Sep 14, 2018
    View
  • marshall blecher

    Drift wood


    The Copenhagen Islands project, an archipelago of nine, has been introduced as a floating public park concept

    Posted on Sep 4, 2018
    View
  • DSC_2634

    Dream catcher


    Morpheus Macau is the latest hotel to join the country's City of Dreams resort complex with a remarkable exo-skeletal architecture designed by Zaha Hadid

    Posted on Sep 3, 2018
    View
Top