Developed by Braeburn Estates, a joint venture partnership between Qatari Diar and Canary Wharf Group, Thirty Casson Square, coupled with its sister building One Casson Square, are tall, sleek towers cased in stone. Six units remain at One Casson Square, ranging from a studio apartment, priced at £955,000, to two penthouses on the market for £12.95 million each. The Penthouse is the last available apartment in Thirty Casson Square and will be launched later this year.
Surrounding the iconic Shell Tower, the wider Southbank Place development consists of a mixed residential building at 8 Casson Square, commercial units at One & Two Southbank Place and prime residential apartments at Belvedere Gardens.
Brian De’ath, Managing Director of Residential Sales at Southbank Place, said, “Following an extensive sales programme since we first launched Southbank Place, only a handful of statement homes remain, so each sale is a major moment for the scheme. The final homes available offer some of the best views in the city, whilst providing direct access to a spectacular collection of amenities, including an expansive residents’ only health club with facilities akin to a five-star hotel.”
Richard Oakes, the Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Qatari Diar, added, “Sa/es have remained strong at Southbank Place, and the popularity of Thirty Casson Square is testament to the hard work put in to deliver one of London’s most desired addresses. The final homes boast unparalleled views of London’s skyline, in addition to the state-of-the-art facilities and amenities to enjoy.”