INTRODUCING EIGHT CASSON SQUARE: Completion Autumn/Winter 2019
Eight Casson Square is one of five residential towers that form Southbank Place; a new development in a highly desirable location on the bank of the river Thames. The building's apartments present a rare opportunity to enjoy central London living in a contemporary riverside home. Located at the heart of the capital's cultural district, Eight Casson Square offers a lifestyle like no other, with a vibrant mix of arts, entertainment, active outdoor space and lively restaurants right on the doorstep. Westminster, the City and the West End are all within walking distance, while Waterloo's Underground/Overground stations connect you to the rest of the city and beyond. Residents can access Waterloo station without even leaving the building, via a brand-new station entrance-foyer within the tower.
Life at Eight Casson Square couldn't be easier, with a range of services and amenities available exclusively to the residents of Southbank Place. A private shared health club on the lower ground level at Southbank Place takes care of your wellbeing in luxurious surroundings. Start the day with an energising swim in the stunning infinity pool, enjoy a vigorous workout in the fully equipped training areas and state-of-the-art gym, or revitalise whenever you like with a massage or treatment in the tranquil setting of the spa. The stylish residents'; lounge is the perfect place to grab a coffee and catch up with work emails, or you can relax in the sumptuous surroundings of the stunning doubleheight wintergarden. A 24-hour concierge service is on-hand to help life run smoothly, from organising deliveries to making reservations.
London's South Bank has been a hub of artistic and creative expression since the ground-breaking Festival of Britain in 1951. World-class cultural institutions like the Queen Elizabeth Hall, National Theatre and Hayward Gallery followed in subsequent decades, drawing visitors to acclaimed performances and exhibitions. Over recent years, the whole area along this stretch of the river has undergone a complete transformation, earning it a reputation as the beating heart of the capital. No other destination boasts such a rich and varied mix of culture, outdoor space, architecture and nightlife. Riverside walks and parks provide the perfect vantage point for many of London's famous landmarks, from Westminster Palace to St. Paul's Cathedral and to Tower Bridge. Pop-up markets, street performances and food festivals are a regular feature along the riverside public realm, while the green lawns of Jubilee Gardens are a popular picnic spot in summer. Alongside the many music, theatre and dance venues, a host of hip hotels, bars and restaurants create a buzzing nighttime scene. The year 2000 saw the arrival of South Bank's most iconic attraction, the London Eye. Built to celebrate the new millennium, the giant Ferris wheel is a feat of architectural engineering, and an instantly recognisable feature of London's spectacular skyline.
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