Designed by the acclaimed architects Stiff Trevillion, this exciting new residential development brings New York loft living to an outstanding central London location. This two-bedroom apartment is situated on the fifth floor, and measures approximately 1,604 sq ft internally. The building contains a total of 57 apartments. The distinguished exterior combines Danish charcoal-fired brick cladding with bronzed balustrades. Internally, the apartments represent a welcome antidote to the majority of new developments, with 2.9m ceiling heights and huge windows, creating a generosity of space and exceptional levels of natural light. They have oiled-oak wooden floors, hand-glazed terracotta tiles and Italian kitchens. There is a 24-hour concierge and a residents-only gym. On the eighth floor is a Sky Garden with panoramic south-facing views, which provides a peaceful refuge away from the city. There is also an informal courtyard with water features and pocket seating. The building is surrounded by famous landmarks, including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. It is within walking distance of Mayfair, St James's and Belgravia, and there are short journey times from Victoria and St James's Park Underground Stations to Westminster, Waterloo and Temple. The green open spaces of St James's Park are within walking distance to the north. The regeneration of Victoria has, in recent years, seen a number of older buildings replaced by high-profile mixed-use developments, and the area continues to attract global fashion brands and outstanding restaurants. Stiff Trevillion is a highly regarded architecture practice that was established in the early 1980s and employs almost 50 people. It carries out work across the commercial, restaurant, retail and private residential sectors, and has designed houses for the musicians Damon Albarn and Adele, and restaurants for Jamie Oliver. The photographs are for illustrative purposes only and do not necessarily depict the individual apartment being sold.