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Panoramic Views Revealed As Atrium Building Rises In The East

Panoramic Views Revealed As Atrium Building Rises In The East

The Atrium Building, an eye-catching new apartment building with a striking façade of glass and steel and breath taking views over the London skyline is now open for potential buyers to view at Countryside’s landmark East City Point development in Canning Town, E16.

Offering 153 apartments arranged over ten floors, the Atrium Building is designed to allow natural light to flow through the spacious apartments and glass walkways, enabling residents and visitors to enjoy the panoramic city scenes. This new East London landmark is brought to life after dark by the ‘Halo’, a band of white lights that emphasise and illuminate its shape against the night sky.  The Atrium Building features a communal roof terrace and peaceful indoor winter garden, complete with planters and palms, to provide residents with secluded spaces in which to relax with panoramic views of the city.

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Amanda Nesbitt, Associate Sales & Marketing Director at Countryside Partnerships South comments: “When it comes to city living, a panoramic view is one of the most sought after features of a home. There is certainly something special about being able to look out at the bustling city from the peace and quiet of a private terrace or living room. The cutting-edge architecture at The Atrium Building at East City Point has been thoughtfully designed to maximise views of London from the private balconies and terraces, the winter garden and the internal walkways. We can’t wait to welcome residents and potential buyers to the Atrium Building so they can see for themselves these brand new uninterrupted vistas of the London skyline.”

Located close to Custom House station, just minutes from Canary Wharf, East City Point is in the heart of a growing and thriving neighbourhood. Building on the success of the London 2012 Olympics, Canning Town is currently undergoing one of London’s most exciting regeneration projects, benefiting from a remarkable £3.7bn of investment that will culminate in the opening of a Crossrail station at Custom House in 2018.

Designed for contemporary living, the apartments feature a spacious living space with floor to ceiling glass doors opening to a private balcony or terrace. This flexible living space is open plan to the fully fitted kitchen, which is complete with integrated appliances. Master bedrooms include fitted wardrobes and bathrooms offer sleek white sanitaryware, chrome accessories and porcelain tiles.

The Atrium Building is just a short walk from Canning Town, providing direct services to Canary Wharf, central London and London City Airport via the Jubilee Line and Docklands Light Railway (DLR). The new DLR extension runs directly to Stratford International, offering some of the best shopping in London, as well as regional train services to London St Pancras and Kent.

When the Crossrail station opens at Custom House next year, it will connect this area to the West End in just fourteen minutes. For those who prefer the scenic route across the Thames, the Emirates Air Line cable car connects with Greenwich Peninsula from the nearby Royal Docks. The O2 arena, Europe’s largest entertainment venue, is just one stop away in North Greenwich.

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