Derwent London has launched its Corner House development at 73 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1, with the pre-release of six apartments with prices ranging from £1.75m.
The Corner House is Derwent London’s latest stand-alone new-build residential development, and is located on a corner site near to Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street tube stations. The development is well-placed to capitalise on the transformation of Tottenham Court Road Station by Crossrail, which is due to open in 2018.
Covering 15,500 sq ft, the Corner House is a six-storey residential building with 11 apartments in total (including two affordable homes) and 1,900 sq ft of office space. Six of the apartments have been released for pre-sale.
Designed by DSDHA architects, the scheme has a fresh and dynamic design, with beautifully crafted brickwork and generously scaled windows giving good natural light to the apartments. The development follows Derwent’s design-led philosophy and the building has been considerately scaled to fit into its Fitzrovia setting.
With over 37% of its property portfolio located in Fitzrovia, Derwent London enjoys a strong relationship with the local community. In 2013, the group launched a £250,000 voluntary community fund to fund some local community projects and has just announced another £150,000 extension to the fund.
Simon Silver, Director of Derwent London, commented:
“We are delighted to be launching the first of the Corner House apartments to the market. This building offers contemporary, stylish living spaces and provides a unique and positive contribution to the Fitzrovia streetscene by award-winning architects DSDHA. The arrival of Crossrail in 2018 will offer further benefits to future residents.”