One Lansdowne Road, with its iconic towers of 68 and 41 storeys, will provide 794 luxury apartments in the heart of Croydon’s thriving metropolitan centre.
Featuring stunning views into London and across the Surrey countryside, these apartments will make One Lansdowne Road the most desirable address south of the river.
The main residential entrance is located on Lansdowne Road giving access to an impressive double height foyer which will provide concierge services.
The location of these apartments could not be better, just a few minutes walk from East and West Croydon stations and opposite the soon-to-be-transformed Whitgift Shopping Centre.
The 794 luxury apartments which form part of One Lansdowne Road are located in two iconic towers with panoramic views of south London.
With a mix of studio flats, one and two bedroom apartments and three-bedroom homes, One Lansdowne Road is not only helping to provide some of the new homes Croydon needs but also providing luxury accommodation to help meet the demands of professionals who see the town as a great place to live.
One Lansdowne Road will provide stylish city living providing its residents with some of the very best facilities on site.
As well as 24-hour concierge they will be able to enjoy a swim while enjoying panoramic views in a glass-bottomed pool spanning the two towers.
With the highest bar/restaurant in London and a viewing gallery on the top floor, One Lansdowne Road is about to become the most desirable address south of the river.
Croydon has a proud history of being south London’s shopping capital, something about to be reinforced thanks to a £1.5billion investment from retail giants Westfield and Hammerson.
Such was the potential both saw in Croydon that they set aside their rivalries to take over the Whitgift Shopping Centre to join together in an unprecedented partnership which will transform the offer in the town.
They are committed to creating an upmarket destination, on a similar scale to the Westfields at Stratford and White City, which will restore Croydon’s historic status as one of the UK’s top shopping venues.
You only need to look at the impact those schemes have had an their surrounding areas to understand the impact of benefits that having London’s third Westfield will bring to Croydon when it is completed in 2021/22.
Croydon is not just a place to live and work, but also to spend your leisure time.
The cultural offer has been greatly enhanced over the past few years, demonstrating the great sense of community which exists in the town.
Croydon Council is committed to ensuring that regeneration is not just about shiny new buildings but about creating a new cultural capital for south London.
For many years known as a great exporter of talent, courtesy of the unique Brit School whose talented students feature at various events throughout the borough, a whole host of grassroots activities have emerged in recent years.
During 2017 a burgeoning cultural calendar has included Warhol Croydon, a special month arranged by the award-winning RISEgallery; the return of the Croydon Mela, the Croydon Heritage Festival, a rooftop cinema on top of a town cente car park, the Croydon Cycle Race, Croydon Pridefest and Croydon Food Festival.
Croydon is also home to the capital’s second Boxpark, with a unique food and drink offering plus an events space which hosts everything from regular keep-fit sessions to gigs by the town’s own hip-hop sensation Stormzy, while the historic Surrey Street Market – which dates back to the 13th century – is now a focal point of the town centre seven days a week.
Croydon has some of the best schools in the country with more than 3,000 being educated in at the Whitgift Foundation’s three outstanding independent schools – Trinity, Whitgift and Old Palace of John Whitgift School.
Many of its students are supported by a bursary and scholarship scheme totalling in excess of £5m per year with consistently high grades achieved across all levels.
Croydon is also home to the world-renowned Brit School, a performing arts and technology school, with famous alumni including Adele, Rizzle Kicks and Leona Lewis.
Meanwhile, University Centre Croydon is one of the largest providers of higher education between London and Brighton.