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.
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.''
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