Aldgate Place tops out

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Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs, lays the final brick.

Aldgate Place’s topping out ceremony took place on the roof of the building yesterday morning. A select few were invited to watch as the final brick was set in position at Barratt London’s Aldgate Place development on the 25th floor.

Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs, and Aman Dalvi OBE, Corporate Director of Development and Renewal for Tower Hamlets both attended. A plaque will be presented to Tower Hamlets as a sign of recognition for the construction completion at Aldgate Place.

After a short presentation around the model and information on site details and delivery dates, the group made their way to the roof to witness the tradition of the last brick set in place to mark the completion of the build.

Aldgate Place is a stunning development of 463 one-bedroom suites, one, two & three-bedroom apartments and luxury penthouses. Designed by architects Allies & Morrison, Aldgate Place is divided across three residential towers. With excellent transport links to the City and central London, the development is on the doorstep of some of the Capital’s most vibrant and dynamic neighbourhoods. Phase one is currently selling, with a range of apartments ready to move into from summer 2016, and phase two is coming soon.

Gary Patrick, Regional Sales Director at Barratt London comments: “We are receiving considerable interest from owner occupiers, who wish to live close to their work as well as the local entertainment cores of east London, and investors that are drawn to the area due to the capital growth Aldgate is expected to achieve.”