Bankside Lofts

Bankside Lofts

Bankside Lofts is a Manhattan Loft Corporation development, designed by award-winning architect Piers Gough. The heart of the development comprises a former Victorian cocoa warehouse and a converted 1950s office building. These have been extended upwards and sideways to form a distinctive yellow ochre terraced tower. This development is now an iconic residential complex of loft-style apartments, created in the early 1990s on the south bank of the River Thames, adjacent to Tate Modern and opposite St Paul’s Cathedral.

These award winning apartments are individually designed, giving the development a unique architectural style. The development benefits from a 24-hour concierge, passenger lifts, secure parking and a Japanese style roof garden. Located in Hopton Street, SE1, owners and residents are close to national and local tourist attractions, from the Southbank Centre to Borough Market. Bankside Lofts is within walking distance of the City and West End.

Transport links

Underground links: Southwark (Jubilee Line), Borough (Northern Line) and Blackfriars (Circle and District Lines).

Rail links: Blackfriars (National Rail).

Bus links: There are numerous bus links providing extensive travel connections across London.

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