16/04/2015

Spotlight On Providence Tower

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New Providence Wharf, a stunning partly off-plan riverside development, is set to enhance London’s already gleaming residential reputation with the addition of Providence Tower. Situated just moments away from the capital’s business hub, Canary Wharf, properties in New Providence Wharf are greatly in demand. Spanning an area of 400m back from the River Thames, this development creates a significant presence on the already striking waterfront.

“We believe that we have sold more apartments on the resale market in Providence Tower than any of our competitors.”
Natalie Pringle, Director of MyLondonHome International

Landscaping a beautiful Sky Garden on the 43rd floor, residents will have 360 degree views across London. New Providence Wharf features two state of the art fitness centres and a number of luxury retail partners, defining its truly prestigious ambience.

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Steven Herd

Steven's extensive 30 years of estate agency experience in London culminated in launching MyLondonHome, which has enabled him to bring together a hand-picked team to provide the high level of quality advice, market strength and service he is renowned for.

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