London – The Atlas

£838,728 - £2.296M 1-3 bedrooms

The impressive 49 storey Atlas building stands on the axis of Shoreditch, Islington, Farringdon and the City and is a stunning signature building in London’s trendiest neighbourhood. It offers to its exquisite apartments stunning views over the City and its emblematic buildings such as the Shard, Walkie Talkie and the Gerking and over London ancient spires and building such as the Bank of England, St Paul’s Cathedral and Tower Bridge, mixing very well tradition and modernity.

The Atlas building takes part of the innovation of Silicon Roundabout and has been described as a key nodal point with exciting new architecture, reinforcing this emerging borough of London. The building encompasses 40 residential storeys and 9 office floors as well as public spaces making it lively and busy throughout the week. It becomes a destination in itself where people will live, work and play.

The luxurious apartments range from a one bedroom to three bedrooms, all having access to small balconies to enjoy fully the stunning views. The tower is oriented to the south, making most of the available sunlight. Featured with floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony doors, the living areas are filled with lights. The fully equipped kitchens presents state-of-the-art appliances and refined details and gives a modern twist. Bedrooms are spacious and fitted with integrated wardrobes to make the most of the space. The design of the apartments are sleek and elegant.

There are a great deal of amenities at The Atlas building. The future owner will benefit from a gymnasium, a swimming pool, a wellness area with Sauna and steam room as well as a 24 hour concierge.

A stone’s throw away from Old Street tube station, the West End, the City or the River Thames can be reached in less than 20 minutes. The Atlas Building represents a very good opportunity for a pied-à-terre in London with very good rental yield or for a long term investment as this area of London has not yet reached its highest potential.

About London

About London

United over 32 districts and an area of 1,572km sq, even locals can feel daunted at times by its sheer size. Yet what makes it seem so vast is London’s superb transport network, enabling its 9 million residents to hop around with relative ease –there’s little excuse not to visit that friend or new restaurant opening on the other side of town. Where possible, Londoners love to travel by foot, exploring the endless parks and green spaces that take up half of the city and make London one of the most verdant capitals in the world. [...]

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