The Evening Standard features Barratt London’s individually-designed apartments at Soho 13.
London Evening Standard’s property correspondent, David Spittles, has praised Barratt London’s Soho 13 development as a “swish” redevelopment from the former police tenement block into “designer flats”. The image of Soho is forever changing – “jettisoning its sleazy sex club image” with high-quality “designer flats being squeezed into the maze of narrow streets and alleyways”.
The “13 loft-style” apartments at Soho 13, which launched to the market on 3 March 2016, share a number of highly desirable qualities, including “slick interiors, terraces and an impressive bright atrium foyer with limestone floors and artworks” says Spittles. The development offers a rare chance to live at the epicenter of one of the most incredible cities in the world. The two and three-bedroom apartments all have been uniquely designed by A&Q Architects, but all include at least one balcony or terrace, underground parking and a concierge service. The apartments are designed with entertaining in mind, with large kitchen islands and generous interiors designed to accommodate a variety of functions.
In addition to Soho 13, Spittle notes the development will include 65 rental homes earmarked for West End key workers, including people employed in the theatre and entertainment industry, available through Dolphin Square Foundation” along with ground floor retail and restaurant space.
Located on Ingestre Place off Broadwick Street, Soho 13 occupies a special place at the center of the Capital. Bordered by Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west, Charing Cross to the east and Leicester Square to the south.
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