HELP TO BUY NOW AVAILABLE AT GREENWICH PENINSULA - A collection of design-led, riverfront homes launch at No.3 Upper Riverside

May 21, 2019
This June a collection of apartments designed by Studio Ashby at Greenwich Peninsula, the 150-acre regeneration project, will launch through the government’s Help to Buy Scheme. 

Priced from £550,000, the apartments at No.3 Upper Riverside complete in Autumn / Winter 2019, with residents able to move in before the end of the year. 

Many of the apartments in No.3 Upper Riverside overlook The Tide, London’s first ever cultural linear park which will officially open in July. Spanning 5km when complete, it celebrates art, design and wellbeing with artwork by renowned artists including Damien Hirst, elevated walkways, sunken gardens, riverside dining options and areas to run, walk and meditate. 

Purchasers will also have access to The Upper Riverside Club, a collection of exceptional residents’ amenities spread across the five buildings that make up Upper Riverside. It offers cinema rooms, lounges, event spaces, libraries and co-working spaces, all housed in different buildings so that residents can move around and meet their neighbours. The Club also boasts Renew, a wellness floor designed by Tom Dixon, featuring one of London’s highest pools, a steam room, two state of the art gymnasiums and a terrace for open-air exercise. 

The interiors of the apartments are unique to Upper Riverside’s waterfront setting. Inspired by the surrounding Thames, Studio Ashby has used colour palettes that feature dusty blues, rich muted greens and celadon alongside brass and stone to reflect the elemental river throughout the seasons. 
The apartments’ individual balconies also offer expansive river views and vistas of London’s skyline. 

The apartments are primely located just two minutes from North Greenwich tube station. Residents will benefit from the soon-to-open bars and restaurants on the riverfront. Upper Riverside will be welcoming Mama Fuego, an in-house bakery, distillery and ‘gastro-pub’ and Ardoa, the latest concept from the Vinothec Compass team. 

Kerri Sibson, Sales & Marketing Director, said: “The government’s Help to Buy scheme has helped thousands of Londoners get onto the property ladder and we are excited to be able to contribute to the initiative. This is a unique opportunity to live in a home designed by Sophie Ashby one of the UK’s most acclaimed contemporary designers. Additionally, our Help to Buy residents have access to all the facilities available within the Upper Riverside Club; these are fantastic spaces to relax and socialise in.” 

One-bedroom apartments start from £550,000 through Help to Buy. For further information, contact 020 3713 6153 or visit
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