The Perspective Building

The Perspective Building epitomises contemporary London architecture, with its striking glass and silver exterior, distinctive wave-formed roof, and its fantastic array of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. Upon arrival, you are greeted by the dramatic glass backdrop of a five-storey atrium, complete with canopied entrance and a tower adorned in stylish neon lighting.

Formerly known as Century House, home to MI6 and a team of James Bonds (we imagine), the anti-espionage arm of the Government relocated to their purpose-built ‘fortress’ in 1995. A year later, leasing developer Crest Nicholson embarked upon its £50 million redevelopment of the building. In 2003, with the addition of 4 floors to the atrium, The Perspective Building completed. Such was the success of the renovation; in 2004 Crest Nicholson and Assael Architecture were rewarded for their endeavours, winning an award for ‘Best Renovation and Conversion’.

The immediate area around The Perspective Building still has a traditional feel, thanks largely to Lower Marsh street market, one of the city’s last remaining street markets. The quaint atmosphere created by local gems such as the highly rated Greensmiths Deli and a specialist Gramophone shop ensure the community feel around Waterloo is maintained, despite significant redevelopment to the area.

Such is the strength of what the building offers to a buyer looking for a central London home. It’s location and connectivity are second to none, the concierge team some of the best in town, and of course an active freehold board who keep the building looking good and relevant for todays buyers and tenants alike. Along with the specification, triple glazing, air conditioning, secure parking and wonderful views, it’s no surprise it is such a winner.

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