Principal Tower: A celebration of London architecture

Principal Tower

The latest addition to London’s horizon, Principal Tower, is an example of London architecture at its finest. From the ground up, explore London’s financial district in a new way

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Sitting within Principal Place, overlooking the heart of the City of London, Principal Tower is the first residential tower designed inside and outside by renowned architects, Foster + Partners. Principal Tower joins other London landmarks, The Gherkin, Leadenhall Building and 20 Fenchurch Street in a panoramic skyline.

Prime location

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Comprising of 299 luxury apartments and penthouses, it is one of London’s tallest residential buildings at 162 metres above ground. The apartments benefit from the highest standards of interior design and attention to detail, including many hand-crafted elements which have been sourced locally from Shoreditch designers and manufacturers.  The impressive and strategically placed lobby of the building sits just off the bustling high street and is home to a seven-tonne handmade staircase which took a total of 31 weeks to complete and was assembled on site. 

Luxury amenities 

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Each apartment is flooded with natural light, and residents can also enjoy amenities that include an edgeless infinity pool, spa, sauna, state-of-the-art gym overlooking the piazza, a cinema and residents’ lounge. Residents also have access to a 24-hour concierge service akin to the likes of five-star hotels. The level of service will remain consistently updated and refined to ensure every current and future need is met. The lobby is also home to an over 7-tonne staircase that was assembled and finished on site.

Community spirit

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A stone’s throw from Tate Modern, the 630,000 sq ft, Principal Place is where The City meets Shoreditch. Situated between Liverpool Street and Shoreditch High Street, Principal Place is where you can be immersed in the multicultural and energetic community with its local restaurants and shops. 

The vibrant and diverse public piazza has a host of retailers to satisfy your cravings. Start the day with coffee from Black Sheep Coffee who are among the few retailers to buy their beans directly from the plantations and oversee the picking, drying, and washing process in accordance with the strictest guidelines.

Dining out

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Principal Place boasts a wide variety of gastronomical offerings to suit the needs of any keen foodie.

Located on the ground floor of Principal Tower is Little Farm a casual and cool restaurant serving health conscious meals made with farm-fresh ingredients. Additionally, the much anticipated tapas restaurant, Camino is also on site at Principal Place which serves inventive Spanish tapas in a colourful, eclectic venue. 

For all your sporting and dining needs, one can go to the newly opened Beechwood Sports Pub and Kitchen, serving the freshest beer, surrounded by state-of-the-art screens and sound, providing an unrivalled viewing experience. 

In the evening you can relax and unwind with a wide range of restaurants and bars to choose from. Immerse yourself in the rich history of The Light Bar, situated on the site of a former Victorian power station built in 1893.

This local spot provides modern British food using seasonal produce from local suppliers and a dedicated drinks list from quality producers. You can also experience wine tasting like no other at Vagabond with over 100 wines, served by the glass, to sample and discover. 

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