Horseshoe Wharf

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(2000)

Residential:

14 Apartments

  • Freehold development
  • 1,625 sq m (17,500 sq ft)
  • Planning consent for 14 apartments and 1 retail unit
  • Purchased in April 1998
  • Bankside SE1

Summary:

Horseshoe Wharf lies on the site of a former 1830s fruit and vegetable warehouse in Clink Street. The building dated from 1837 and was subsequently demolished. Following on from the archeological dig, a piled foundation design was agreed with English Heritage and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. This experience proved invaluable in progressing subsequent development projects in the area. Horseshoe Wharf was a great success in that it proved that large (1,100 sq ft) and high value flats were commercially viable in an area historically seen as a secondary location.

 

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