Two bedroom loft apartment offering 6 meter ceiling height for sale in the highly anticipated Manhattan Loft Gardens, E20

The loft apartment which offers 1214 sq ft (112.83 sq.m) of living space is located on the 27th floor of the highly anticipated Manhattan Loft Gardens, this large City-facing 2 bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment offers the ultimate in loft-living offering 6 meter ceiling height. 248 lofts. 145 Hotel rooms. 42 storeys. 3 sky gardens. 1 world class restaurant. 1 private club. 1 brasserie. Manhattan Loft Gardens looks to evoke the timeless glamour and vibrant society of 1950’s New York legendary hotels. Opening later this year, it promises to combine world class architecture, hospitality and art. Designed by SOM, the architects behind iconic skyscrapers Burj Khalifa (Dubai) and One World Trade Centre (New York), Manhattan Loft Gardens is a spectacular double-cantilevered tower of expansive living spaces, three sky gardens, two restaurants and a design hotel. The collection of 248 apartments have been designed by Parisian duo Studio KO (Chiltern Firehouse) and the 145-room luxury hotel and world class restaurant interiors have been designed by SPACE Copenhagen, the designers behind the legendary NOMA. The tower's unique structure is propelled by a vision of embracing green space and fresh air to develop a dynamic upward living community. London's historic garden squares have been re-imagined for the 21st century and are carved unto the building at 95, 280 and 400 feet, delivering breath-taking panoramic views. Clad in a façade of terracotta and glass, Manhattan Loft Gardens is Europe's most ambitious residential tower from the legendary Harry Handelsman. Each apartment will be finished with a custom-made kitchen and exquisitely crafted intelligent storage spaces with engineered timber floors throughout. Located within the Olympic park, just seconds from Stratford International station (Kings Cross 6 minutes) and minutes’ walk from Stratford station (Liverpool Street 9 minutes), owners will have front row seats to Stratford’s emergence as London’s largest cultural district. From the V&A and Sadler’s Wells to UCL and London College of Fashion, Manhattan Loft Gardens is at the centre of an unprecedented convergence of some of the most important and iconic institutions in Britain.


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