Floral Court, Covent Garden, WC2
Floral Court is the latest luxury development on the world-renowned Covent Garden estate.
The Floral Court Collection
Developed by Capco, the Floral Court Collection is the highly anticipated addition to Covent Garden’s spectacular renaissance.
The thirty-one luxury apartments will boast contemporary designs in a tranquil setting in the very heart of Covent Garden. As unique as the area around them, these impressive homes will offer residents an exclusive and distinct lifestyle with unprecedented access to some of the most exciting social, retail and dining partnerships to come to Covent Garden.
30 unique apartments and one outstanding penthouse
Beautifully restored Grade II listed reception lobby
24-hour security and concierge
Studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments
Completed and ready for occupation
Covent Garden, London
Befitting the buzz of its market beginnings and today’s throngs who flock to browse the stalls, fashion’s major players are all represented here. The houses of Burberry, Linda Farrow, Paul Smith and Nigel Cabourn are just some of Covent Garden’s interesting neighbours, alongside luxury British perfume houses Miller Harris and Penhaligons.
Covent Garden is also culturally rich and rewarding. A feast of cultural programmes at the Royal Opera House and 40 West End theatres on the doorstep is complemented by a diverse and indulgent food scene that includes Frenchie, The Henrietta Hotel, Petersham Nurseries, RedFarm and SUSHISAMBA. Alongside the buzz of Balthazar, there are market eateries and tables to suit every conceivable taste.
Developed by Capco
Capco is crafting the evolution of Covent Garden into a world-class destination for retail and dining. As stewards and curators, they have introduced over 100 innovative global brands and restaurants, and these 31 new homes will be the crown in the transformation.
Asking £1,850,000 (approx HK$18,819,310)
2 bedrooms774 sq ft first floor apartment2 bedrooms 2 bathroomsPrivate terrace – 135 sq ftWest facingInterior Design by APTVictorian façadeResidents' gymConcierge
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